United Nations have summoned the annual gathering of world leaders this week with North Korea's constant missile threats and nuclear crisis forming an important lead in this session. However, US President Donald Trump's views on the same is a major attraction for all the diplomats.
The gathering on Tuesday, September 19, is bound to soar on a whole new level with Trump's attacks on Pyongyang missile crisis. North Korea will be seated on the front row on Tuesday's UN General Assembly meet.
The US President is keen on pressing his "America First" message to the whole world and shall seek the participation of other leading powers in uprooting the apprehensive situation in international relations evoked by North Korea.
"The solution can only be political. Military action could cause devastation on a scale that would take generations to overcome," said UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, on Wednesday, September 13.
Trump's national security adviser H.R.McMaster clearly expressed the fact that the current uncertain situation is not only between US and North Korea but between the latter and the whole world.
"This is not an issue between the United States and North Korea. This is an issue between the world and North Korea," he said.
Discussions on the same might heat up with the whole world on one side and North Korea standing alone. Situations might turn tensed with an open confrontation against UN's ninth sanctions resolutions, a week ago, since 2006 as a measure against North Korea's ballistic missile launch.
US Ambassador told United Nations Nikki Haley that 90% of all the Asian state's publicly reported export has been banned due to the UN approved sanctions. While speaking of Pyongyang it was mentioned "This is totally in their hands on how they respond."
What to expect at the UN's annual gathering?
Some leaders will support Trump on keeping up with the 2015 deal restraining Iran's nuclear programs in return to curb the sanctions formulated by the UN, US and the European Union.
The foreign ministers of Iran, US, Britain, Germany, Russia, China and France are due to meet on Wednesday, September 20, prior to Trump's call in October to inform the Congress on his views regarding Tehran's decision to stick to what he has described as "the worst deal ever negotiated."
However, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei clearly disclosed his opinion on Sunday, September 17, stating that his country will never be bullied by the US and would definitely react with stringent measures against any "wrong move" by Washington on the nuke deals.
Iran and North Korea, at the request of the US, in a ministerial Security Council meet on Thursday, September 21, will discuss about the constant escalation of weapons of mass destruction.