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U.S. Will "Stick To Diplomacy" With North Korea After Missiles

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U.S. Will 'Stick To Diplomacy' With North Korea After Missiles

U.S. Will "Stick To Diplomacy" With North Korea After Missiles

Reuters reports acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said Thursday that the United States would stick to diplomacy on North Korea.

The statement came after Pyongyang fired what appeared to be two short-range missiles.

“We’re going to stick to our diplomacy and as you all know we haven’t changed our operations or our posture and we’ll continue to generate the readiness we need in case diplomacy fails.

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