New Delhi, Jan 10 (ANI): South Korean President Moon Jae-in has credited United States President Donald Trump for helping to spark the first inter-Korean talks in more than two years, and warns that Pyongyang would face stronger sanctions if provocations continued. President Moon Jae-in said Trump's "fire and fury" threats for Kim Jong Un might have done its job. The two Koreas held talks on Tuesday for the first time in more than two years, where the North agreed to hold military talks with the South and send a large delegation to the Winter Olympics next month. Washington raised concerns the talks were a ploy to drive a wedge between itself and Seoul, but on Wednesday Moon said his government takes the same view as the U.S. on how to respond to the North's threats and warned Pyongyang could face even tougher sanctions if provocations continue. Pyongyang made it clear in talks that its weapons program isn't up for discussion, but any South Korean worried about missiles can relax. Still, Washington welcomed Tuesday's talks as a first step towards solving the nuclear crisis and the U.S. State Department said it would even be interested in joining future talks.