quarta-feira, 22 de junho de 2016

Tokyo and Seoul shooting back at the UN against new test of Pyongyang

The Japan and South Korea call for new sanctions against Pyongyang after the Communist regime have made a new test with two medium-range ballistic missiles Musudan, this Wednesday.

One of the missiles would have traveled a distance of 1000 kilometres before falling in the sea of Japan, according to Tokyo, which talks of "an increasingly greater threat to security in the region".

The second missile would have exploded in flight after walking through 150, according to South Korean sources.

For Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, "the release today, as the last tests represent a clear violation of the resolutions of the UN Security Council. We can't let that ha ppen and already addressed a protest against this new test ".

The two releases occur after the UN Security Council have adopted new sanctions against North Korean nuclear program in March.

Hours before the new test, the Pentagon spokesman, Peter Cook, warned:

"A new test would be a new provocation and certainly we would appeal to North Korea to halt this kind of actions. We will continue to work with our allies in the region and we are closely monitoring the situation ".

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