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North Korea ’s missile launch

2019-12-06T22:29:00.913Z

U.S. Ambassador Kraft, chairman of the United Nations Security Council this month, held a press conference about North Korea ’s ballistic missile launch.



North Korea missile launches Security Council unites and announces blame statement December 7th 7:21

UN Security Council Ambassador Kraft, chair of the United Nations Security Council this month, held a press conference, stating that the North Korea ’s ballistic missile launch could be announced at some point, and the Security Council united Mentioned the possibility of issuing a blame statement.

United Nations Ambassador Kraft held a press conference at the United Nations on the 6th, stating, "We are watching the dangerous actions that the world faces. Each member of the Security Council is extremely concerned about the launch of 13 ballistic missiles." , Expressed concern about North Korea's successive missile launches.

He then mentioned the possibility that the Security Council would unite and issue a blame statement, saying, “From this situation, we may make a public announcement at some point.”

The United States has joined the statement that President Trump has accused the launch of the EU countries so far, giving priority to the fact that the launch of short-range missiles is not a problem and proceeding with discussions with North Korea did not.

For this reason, Ambassador Kraft suggests that the United States may condemn the blame for the heavy launch by North Korea.

Meanwhile, the Ambassador Kraft admitted that he received a letter from North Korea ’s United Nations delegation that he would take countermeasures if he opened the meeting for a meeting dealing with human rights issues in North Korea, including the abduction issue that the US has proposed every year. After that, he said, “I haven't decided yet whether it will be held on the 10th,” and it will be noticed whether a meeting will be held.

Source: nhk

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