Nikki Haley Calls US Presence during South Korea Olympics an ‘Open Question’


Nikki R. Haley, a American attach� to a United Nations, during a Security Council in November.

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HONG KONG — The American attach� to a United Nations, Nikki R. Haley, pronounced on Wednesday that it was an “open question” either American athletes would be means to attend a Olympics in South Korea in Feb given a tensions on a Korean Peninsula.

The Winter Games are to be hold Feb. 9-25 in Pyeongchang, a city about 50 miles from a demilitarized section that separates North and South Korea.

Asked on Fox News if athletes from a United States would be means to compete, Ms. Haley said: “There’s an open question. we have not listened anything about that, though we do know in a talks that we have — either it’s Jerusalem or North Korea — it’s about, how do we strengthen a U.S. adults in a area?”

Tensions have been heating adult on a Korean Peninsula after a two-month lull, with North Korea launching a barb final week that experts pronounced showed a capability of hitting most of a continental United States.


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Then, on Monday, a United States began troops drills with South Korea that were to embody unnatural strikes on a North’s chief and barb sites, heading Pyongyang to credit Washington of pulling a peninsula “to a margin of chief war.”

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Addressing a stretched family and their impact on a Olympics, Ms. Haley pronounced a Trump administration would try to “find out a best way” to strengthen American athletes participating in a Games.

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