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Japan Urges International Community To Unite After Latest Missile Launch

17 September 2017, 07:38 | Erica Roy

"Those who tied the knots are responsible for untying [them]".

In a press statement released on Friday, the 15 council members urged all United Nations member states to "fully, comprehensively and immediately" implement all relevant Security Council resolutions concerning North Korea, particularly the newly adopted Resolution 2375, which targeted North Korea's oil supply and textile exports, Xinhua news agency reported.

The DPRK reportedly fired a missile over Japan's northern island Hokkaido and into the Pacific Ocean on Friday, which came only days after the UN Security Council voted in favor of a resolution toughening sanctions on the DPRK. "Honestly, I think the United States should be doing ... much more than now, so that there's real effective worldwide cooperation on this issue", he told reporters.

"[The US] should refrain from issuing more threats", said Cui Tiankai, the Chinese ambassador to the U.S.

September 16:Russia has condemned North Korea's latest missile test over mainland Japan, but said it is in favour of political and diplomatic settlement "on the basis of the Russian-Chinese roadmap".


North Korea had lashed out against the sanctions, calling them "illegal" and vowing to retaliate. "Our final goal is to establish the equilibrium of real force with USA and make the U.S. rulers dare not talk about military option for North Korea", he was quoted as saying by KCNA.

Terming North Korea's latest violation of the relevant UN Security Council resolutions as a source of deep regret, the spokeswoman said, "We are convinced that now it is more important than ever before for all parties involved to stop escalating tensions that are accompanying every new round of reactions and counter reactions". "China does not hold the key to resolving the Korean peninsula nuclear issue, either".

The missile was sacked from Sunam near Pyongyang and flew 3,700 km with an altitude of 770 km and hit the targeted spot in the northern Pacific, according to earlier media reports.

Polls also show that most Americans disapprove of the president's bellicose approach to the North Korean regime, and fear US military strikes against the country.



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