The United States Vice President Mike Pence went on official visit to South Korea on Monday with respect to North Korea missile test,
US expressed hopes that China would “do more” to help solve the problem.
The visit comes after a huge military parade during which North Korea showcased apparent intercontinental ballistic missiles.
He said “united states wants to achieve security “through peaceable means, through negotiations.”
Pence said “all options are on the table as we continue to stand shoulder to shoulder with the people of South Korea.
Pence, speaking at Freedom House, a few metres from the military demarcation line that he described as a “frontier of freedom”, said America’s relationship with South Korea was “ironclad and immutable”.
US seek peace, but America has always sought peace through strength and my message here today standing with US forces Korea, standing with courageous soldiers from the Republic of Korea is a message of resolve.
“The people of North Korea, the military of North Korea should not mistake the resolve of the United States of America to stand with our allies.”
Speaking earlier on Sunday before a handful of the 28,500 US military personnel stationed in South Korea, Pence denounced the latest North Korea test as a “provocation”.
“Let me assure you that under President Trump’s leadership our resolve has never been stronger, our commitment to this historic alliance with the courageous people of South Korea has never been stronger and with your help and God’s help freedom will ever prevail on this peninsula,” he said.