During his weekly meeting with his top aides, President Moon urged North Korea to immediately stop its provocations and urged that under all circumstances the North Korea nuclear and missile issues be resolved peacefully.
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"The government has a firm principle. The top priority is the national interest of the Republic of Korea. And that national interest is peace. No war should occur on the Korean Peninsula ever again."
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His remarks come amid tensions escalated in recent days by belligerent rhetoric exchanged by Pyongyang and Washington.
President Moon also met with the Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph Dunford less than two hours ago.
Still no official word on what was discussed.
We'll bring you more details on that meeting in our 8 pm newscast.