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    Washington: There should be a serious response to Pyongyang's recent experience

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    Post by Rocky Wed Aug 30, 2017 4:40 am

    Washington: There should be a serious response to Pyongyang's recent experience



    21:20 - 29/08/2017




    The United States' permanent representative to the United Nations, Nicky Hailey, said that "a serious matter" should be in response to North Korea's recent missile test, calling it completely unacceptable.

    "This is unacceptable and irresponsible at all, they violated every UN Security Council resolution, and for that reason, I think something serious must be done," Hailey said in a press statement on Tuesday.

    Hayley did not elaborate on the nature of these serious measures, but added that the UN Security Council would discuss what additional steps could be taken against North Korea.

    "Missiles should not fly over any country, including Japan, which has 130 million people," she said.

    "We have a lot to talk about today, so we hope with all our partners that China and Russia will continue to work with us, as they did in the past on North Korea," said Hailey.

    Washington and Tokyo have called for an emergency UN Security Council meeting expected to kick off at 21:00 GMT to discuss the tension on the Korean Peninsula.

    US President Donald Trump warned earlier that "all options" are on the table, which suggests Washington is not ruling out a military strike.

    "Threatened and destabilizing actions only serve to further isolate the North Korean regime in the region and the world," Trump said in a statement issued by the White House.

    North Korea, on Monday night to Tuesday, carried out a new missile that the military believed was probably a ballistic missile.

    The missile was launched across the territory of Japan, which launched a warning because of the test, and fell into the waters of the Pacific after splitting into 3 parts and parts of the distance of 2,700 km to reach a height of 550 km.

    http://www.almaalomah.com/2017/08/29/230910/

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