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On Monday, North Korea's deputy United Nations ambassador warned that a "nuclear war may break out any moment", which has forced South Korea and Japan to consider their security options, including the deployment of U.S. tactical weapons in both countries. In recent months, North Korea has been demonstrating progress with its nuclear program - bomb tests are getting stronger, stronger, and missiles go farther.

Russia's RIA news agency quoted Choe as saying that North Korea "lives under the constant threat of a nuclear attack by the U.S". "It is the case that they are close enough now in their capabilities that from a USA policy perspective, we ought to behave as if we are on the cusp of them achieving that objective".

North Korea has taken the "unprecedented" step of writing an open letter to the Australian parliament, taking aim at US President Donald Trump, while offering Australia "assurances of its highest consideration".

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He added, "Whether it happens on Tuesday or a month from Tuesday, we are at a time where the president has concluded that we need a global effort to ensure that (North Korean leader) Kim Jong-un doesn't have that capacity".

South Korea has sent Lee Sang Hwa, director general for North Korean nuclear affairs, to attend the Moscow meeting, but South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman Noh Kyu Duk told reporters Thursday that there was "no plan for now" for him to meet with Choe.

Last week, North Korea warned Australia that "it will not be able to avoid a disaster" if it continues doing the bidding of the U.S. by "imposing military, economic and diplomatic pressure" on Pyongyang.

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He added: "Right now the leadership of North Korea have deployed missiles aimed at the U.S. and are doing these provocations, but they desperately want relations with the USA".

He says any North Koreans still in the East African nation are diplomats or private individuals.

Yun is in Seoul for a series of meetings on the issue, including a trilateral meeting among the top nuclear envoys of Seoul, Washington and Japan.

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Tensions have heightened amid North Korea's nuclear and missile tests and exchanges of inflammatory rhetoric between Trump and the North Korean leadership.

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