"I think it's important that North Korea knows we're not trying to pick a fight, so don't try and give us one", she said.
USA fears their small strike may generate a big response from North Korea and that's making everyone sit tight right now.
A preemptive strike by the USA on North Korean missile facilities is not a practical solution, unless there is a strong belief that the North Koreans will attack the US.
Experts point out that China also wants to prevent North Korea from becoming a full-fledged nuclear power - and certainly wants to prevent a war on its southern border that could send millions of refugees flooding into China and potentially risk bringing a United States military presence to China's borders.
Kim Jong Un, the current leader of North Korea, was the guest of honor at a grand concert hall in Pyongyang on Sunday for the full orchestral tribute to his late grandfather. Doing nothing carries the risk that Trump will make a unilateral military strike, and start a trade war.
Responding to tough talk from the United States administration of Donald Trump, North Korea leader Kim Jong-un promised on Thursday to "reduce" the United States, as well as South Korea, "to ashes" in what an official North Korea government news outlet described as a "super mighty pre-emptive strike" against the two countries. China's chief source of leverage is now trade, as it accounts for more than four-fifth's of North Korean global commerce. ECONOMY American economic growth will not achieve the new administration's 3 percent goal this year or next, even if some fiscal stimulus and changes to tax laws are implemented, according to economists in a Reuters poll. U.S.
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China's desire to keep US forces off its border was a key reason for its intervention in the Korean War, which ended in the current stalemate more than six decades ago.
North Korea also slammed US Vice President Mike Pence's recent warning to Pyongyang to not test US' military strength.
China could ratchet up economic pressure to coerce Pyongyang into agreeing to US terms for talks.
Tensions between Washington and Pyongyang have seen a recent upsurge, with US Vice President Mike Pence describing North Korea as "the most risky and urgent threat to peace and security" in the Asia-Pacific.
Behind the heated rhetoric, Trump's strategy in the region looks somewhat similar to predecessor Barack Obama's - albeit with the added unpredictability of a new president who has shown he's willing to use force.