US condemns North Korea long-range rocket launch

Sunday, February 07, 2016
US condemns North Korea's long-range rocket launch, calls it 'a flagrant violation of UNSC resolutions'
A screen grab of North Korea's state-run KCTV beaming the launch visuals. 
Washington, DC: United States has condemned North Korea's long-range rocket launch calling it as 'a flagrant violation of UNSC resolutions related to the country's use of ballistic missile technology.'

"This is the second time in just over a month that the D.P.R.K. has chosen to conduct a major provocation, threatening not only the security of the Korean peninsula, but that of the region and the United States as well. We reaffirm our ironclad commitment to the defense of our allies, including the Republic of Korea and Japan. We will continue to work with our partners and members of the UN Security Council on significant measures to hold the D.P.R.K. to account," the State Department said in a media release.

"Now is the time to do so in a firm and united way, with measures that make clear the determination of the international community to ‎address the pursuit of nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities by the D.P.R.K. and this most recent destabilizing and unacceptable challenge to our common peace and security," the release read further.
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