North Korea organized major military exercises yesterday to mark the anniversary of the establishment of the military. At the same time, the US demonstrated its strength by entering the South Caucasus with a submarine, as world affairs are growing while the tribulations caused by the Pyongyang nuclear program increase.

Growing concerns

The USS Michigan nuclear submarine flew into Busan as the US naval carrier plunged into Korean waters, and South Korean, Japanese, and US diplomats in Tokyo consider North Korea's nuclear-based insurgency. Over the past few weeks, concerns have been raised about the possibility that North Korea will conduct new tests of nuclear weapons and long-range missiles by defaming UN sanctions.

South Korea's Yonhap agency reported that North Korea on Tuesday deployed a large number of long-distance artillery in the Vonsan region on the east coast by carrying out large-scale military exercises. According to the report, it is possible that the exercises were personally supervised by North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. The South Korean Navy announced on Tuesday that it will conduct a joint Military Exercise with American destroyers west of the Korean Peninsula and that US carrier Carl Vinson will join them soon.

Japanese-Chinese conversations

Japanese-Chinese talks on North Korea were announced on Tuesday. The State Department announced on Monday that the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will be chairing a special ministerial meeting of the UN Security Council on North Korea on Friday.

Other than Tillerson, Defense Minister Jim Mattis, the head of the National Intelligence Service, Dan Coats, and the Commander of the Armed Forces, General Joseph Dunford, will also attend the meeting.

On Monday, US President Donald Trump called for more powerful UN sanctions against Pyongyang, saying that North Korea is a global threat and "a problem we must finally resolve." "The status quo in North Korea is unacceptable," Trump said to the 15 UN ambassador members of the UN Security Council gathered in the White House.

The official Chinese daily said on Tuesday that both Pyongyang and Washington have to step back from sharp rhetoric and listen to the voices of reason that call for a peaceful solution. In a phone call to Trump on Monday, Chinese President Xi Jinping called for restraint on all sides.