Stoltenberg condemned test of DPRK's hydrogen bomb

  • Stoltenberg condemned test of DPRKs hydrogen bomb

Kyiv: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has condemned the test of a hydrogen bomb in North Korea.

"I strongly condemn that today North Korea conducted the sixth nuclear test. This is yet another flagrant violation of numerous resolutions of the UN Security Council, including the UN Security Council resolution adopted in November 2016, "the statement said.

According to him, NATO is concerned about the destabilizing policy of Pyongyang, which is a threat to regional and international security.

"The DPRK regime must stop all nuclear and ballistic missile activities and again start a dialogue with the international community. I urge North Korea to respect its international obligations, as well as to abandon actions that contribute to tension and insecurity, "he said.

On Sunday, September 3, in North Korea announced a successful test of a hydrogen bomb.

At night on August 29, North Korea carried out another missile launch, which flew over Japan and fell into the water.

Last time, North Korea launched rockets on August 26. Then, North Korea conducted three launches of military missiles. One of them exploded during takeoff, and two others fell into the Sea of ​​Japan.

The missile test of North Korea is a response to the joint military exercises of the United States and South Korea, which took place from August 21 to 31. The exercises involved 17,500 US troops. Participation in maneuvers is also received by the military from Australia, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, New Zealand, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

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