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North Korea responds strongly to Security Council sanctions


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North Korea responds strongly to Security Council sanctions

Post by rocky on Wed 13 Sep 2017, 4:53 am

North Korea responds strongly to Security Council sanctions

North Korea's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday that Pyongyang fully rejects and strongly condemns the recent UN Security Council resolution on tightening sanctions.

"The resolution was fabricated by the United States through various twisted and dirty means," the Korean Central Information Agency (KCNA) quoted the Foreign Ministry as saying in a statement. The anger is aimed at depriving the Republic of North Korea of ​​its legitimate right to self-defense by stifling the state and citizens completely through the overall economic embargo. "

The adoption of such a resolution reaffirms that all that North Korea is doing is correct.

"North Korea will redouble its efforts to strengthen its ability to protect the country's sovereignty and right to exist and maintain peace and security in the region by achieving a pragmatic balance with the United States," the statement said.

The North Korean ambassador to Russia said Tuesday that his country was ready to "use any means" to strengthen its defense capabilities. "The United States must know that it is doomed to death if it continues its aggressive approach with our country, despite our warnings," he said. ... We will continue to strengthen our forces for nuclear deterrence, and do not intend to retreat from the path we have chosen, in order to protect our political system and our people from the threats of the United States. "

The UN Security Council on Monday night adopted a resolution imposing new sanctions on North Korea, limiting North Korea's potential to export and import goods, including oil and crude oil. This comes after Pyongyang announced on September 3 a successful test of a hydrogen bomb, which has become its sixth nuclear test. Finished

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