UN Chief, Ambassadors Condemn N. Korea

Write : 2017-05-16 08:12:20 Update : 2017-05-16 08:39:09

UN Chief, Ambassadors Condemn N. Korea

The United Nations has condemned North Korea for its latest ballistic missile launch.
[Sound bite: Stephane Dujarric - Spokesman for the UN Secretary-General]
"The Secretary-General condemns the launch of another ballistic missile by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). This action is in violation of Security Council resolutions and a threat to peace and security in the region. The Secretary-General calls on the DPRK to ensure full compliance with its international obligations and return to the path of denuclearization."
The spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres delivered the statement on Monday.
The UN ambassador from the UK expressed concern over the North's latest provocation. 
[Sound bite: UK Ambassador to UN Matthew Rycroft]
"The United Kingdom strongly condemns this latest provocation from the DPRK regime, which demonstrates yet again what a threat to international peace and security they are. It is imperative that the Security Council responds and we will be working with the penholder on whatever products they have in mind."
(Reporter: "Are you expecting tougher sanctions?”)
"The UK favors tougher sanctions."
French Ambassador Francois Delattre also called for tougher measures by the Security Council.
[Sound bite: French Ambassador to UN Francois Delattre (English)]
"We favor a swift and firm reaction of the Security Council after the missile test. France has already reacted on the national basis, but I think it's up to the Security Council to illustrate maximum firmness on this issue, no doubt."

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