U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan, after meeting his Japanese counterpart, Shinsuke Sugiyama, told reporters that the focus at the State Department is still on diplomacy to solve the problem and eventually denuclearize the Korean Peninsula.
Mrs. Clinton urged the U.S.to get all parties to the negotiation table.
He said North Korea is the only country in the world that has been subjected to "such an extreme and direct nuclear threat" from the United States since the 1970s. The two diplomats will join their South Korean counterpart in Seoul for further talks Wednesday on North Korea.
- Kim Jong-un desperately wants relations with the U.S.
"Picking fights with Kim Jong Un puts a smile on his face", Mrs. Clinton said, without mentioning Mr. Trump by name.
It's been almost a quarter century of the same diplomatic policies under three different presidential administrations with very few results other than passing off the North Korea nuclear problem to their successor.
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Ri Jong-ho, who ran an global network of North Korean businesses which funnelled money into the hermit kingdom, said the country "desperately wants relations with the US".
Ms Clinton also indirectly referred to Trump's social media comments on North Korea, saying, "The insults on Twitter have benefited North Korea, I don't think they've benefited the United States".
North Korea had recently called on its citizens to be ready for a nation-wide struggle against "war thirsty" US President Donald Trump and his "gangster-like moves for domination and aggression".
European Union foreign ministers also imposed a blanket ban on doing business with North Korea in sanctions that go beyond the latest United Nations measures.
Regarding China's role in reining in North Korea, Ms Clinton said Beijing would be better off trying to "tighten and absolutely enforce sanctions" against North Korea.