The United Kingdom, France and Germany on Wednesday “strongly condemned” the conduct of North Korea’s ballistic tests last week.
“We strongly condemn these provocative acts that undermine regional peace and security and blatantly violate a number of UN Security Council resolutions unanimously adopted,” the three countries said in a statement.
The report was then released United Nations North Korea called a meeting of the Emergency Security Council on Thursday after it launched the most powerful missile since 2017 last weekend.
Pyongyang has conducted six ballistic missile tests this year and, according to European countries, threatens to conduct further tests.
The British, French and German foreign ministers announced that “this move is very worrying and will create a consensus response.”
We asked DBRK (Abbreviation of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, North Korea’s official name) Its weapons of mass destruction and its ballistic missile programs to fully implement the Security Council’s decisions, accept repeated negotiations with the United States, and take concrete steps for complete, verifiable and irreversible disposal.
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