Canada FM urges US, N. Korea to step back

Canada FM urges US, N. Korea to step backCanadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland on Friday condemned North Korea’s “unacceptable” actions while urging both the United States and the totalitarian regime to step back from a possible catastrophic conflict on the Korean peninsula. Freeland, speaking days after a Canadian pastor was released from a North Korean prison, said North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile program is a grave threat that must be stopped.


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