US Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden has shown his concerns over demonstrating a new intercontinental ballistic missile by North Korea.
In Biden's words, if he wins the upcoming presidential elections, he will hold a meeting with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un to discuss nuclear weapon issues.
Biden criticized Trump's current approach to North Korea.
"Any meeting would have to be preceded by some serious diplomatic work at a lower level, rather than just granting a meeting between the two leaders, because, as you know, any complicated negotiation on a challenge like the North Korean nuclear issue, you just can't expect two top leaders to do that in a one- or two-hour meeting," Biden said.
Yesterday, North Korea demonstrated a new intercontinental ballistic missile on the military parade devoted to the Labor Party's 75th anniversary.