WASHINGTON - US President Donald Trump and his French ambassador Emmanuel Macron agreed on Saturday to work together to resolve the crisis in North Korea. The White House issued a statement on Saturday after Trump and Macron had spoken to each other on the phone.
'They have discussed the need to cope with the increasingly dangerous situation arising from North Korea's destabilizing and escalating behavior,' the statement said.
The language that strikes North Korea and the US has become increasingly harder in recent days. Top performers Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump are threatening over and over again. The conflict is about the North Korean nuclear weapon program, which is unacceptable to the international community. However, the regime refuses to stop the development of nuclear weapons.