"We should manage the North Korea nuclear crisis in a stable manner so that tensions are not escalated too much or peace is not destroyed by accidental military clashes," Mr. Moon told the U.N. General Assembly.
"I believe the strength of your speech will help to change North Korea," he said. "North Korea has continued to make provocations, and this is extremely deplorable and this has angered both me and our people, but the U.S. has responded firmly and in a very good way. Because of this, I also believe we have very close coordination between Korea and the U.S., and because of this, I am very satisfied."
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