Trump, Tusk and Juncker called for further isolation of the DPRK

The President of the United States of America Donald trump, the President of the European Council Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker called for the strengthening of cooperation in combating terrorism and will further isolate the North Korean regime.

According to the report on the website of the White house, the leaders in Brussels today confirmed a strong relationship between the United States and Europe, based on shared values and long friendship.

“The leaders discussed common challenges the United States and the European Union in the fight against global terrorism and to protect our loved homes. They agreed on the need for joint collaboration to deepen our cooperation in the security sphere, in opposition to the “Islamic state” in Iraq and Syria, counter-radicalization and to respond to other common threats,” – noted in the White house.

“They also discussed the threat from North Korea and agreed to work together to cooperate on further political and economic isolation of the North Korean regime”, – stated in the message.

Besides, says trump, Tusk and Juncker have come to understand that the US and the EU should continue to deepen the strong economic relations. “They also discussed the need to protect American and European businesses against unfair competition”, – stated in the message.

As reported, in recent months, Pyongyang has stepped up missile tests. Washington has repeatedly expressed concern about Pyongyang’s missile and nuclear tests, threatens the United States and its allies in the Asia-Pacific region.

In response to possible aggression from the United States, Pyongyang threatened nuclear attack. North Korea threatened to sink the U.S. aircraft carrier “Carl Vinson”, which conducted joint exercises with the Japanese Navy.