North Korea Warns of “All Out Action” Against United States, Third Missile Launch, In Response to Latest UN Resolution

2a08northkoreacelebration North Korea Warns of “All Out Action” Against United States, Third Missile Launch, In Response to Latest UN Resolution

On Tuesday, the United Nations Security Council
approved condemning North Korea’s
December 12 missile launch and placing new sanctions on the
country and its space agency. In response, the regime in Pyongyang

announced its third missile test since Kim Jung Il died in
December 2011 and was succeeded by his son, Kim Jung Un.While allegedly intended to send weather satellites into space,
the regime finally acknowledged the missile launches were aimed at
the United States. From the statement by North Korea’s national
defense commission,
according to North Korea Leadership Watch:We do not hide that a variety of satellites and
long-range rockets which will be launched by the DPRK one after
another and a nuclear test of higher level which will be carried
out by it in the upcoming all-out action, a new phase of the
anti-U.S. struggle that has lasted century after century, will
target against the U.S., the sworn enemy of the Korean
people.Meanwhile, the North Korean foreign ministry gave the view of
the U.N. from
Pyongyang:The essence of the matter is the U.S. brigandish logic
that a satellite launch for peaceful purposes by a country which
the U.S. antagonizes should not be allowed because any carrier
rocket launched by it can be converted into long-range ballistic
missile threatening the U.S. The UNSC is a marionette of the
U.S.The UNSC “resolutions” adopted under the pretext of the DPRK’s
satellite launches are products of its blind pursuance of the
hostile policy of the U.S. seeking disarmament of the DPRK and
collapse of its system in violation of the universally accepted
international laws.No UN resolution could pass, of course, without the
support of China, which wields veto power on the Security
Council.  North Korea’s only ally, the Chinese government

urged restraint:China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei told
reporters that all parties involved should work to find a solution
agreeable to all, and to react to the announcement with caution or
risk threatening stability.“The DPRK’s satellite launch, as well as the possible nuclear test,
highlight the urgency and importance of settling relevant issues on
the Korean peninsula,” Hong said in a press conference…“We hope all parties will bear in mind the peace and stability of
the Korean Peninsula, exercise calmness and restraint and avoid
actions that might escalate tension,” Hong added.The White House for its part called North Korea’s threats
provocative,” with a missile launch sure to bring more
diplomatic isolation. The U.S.
suspended food aid in April after the younger Kim’s first,
failed, missile launch, and North Korea has
increasingly relied on China for economic support.  After
the United States announced it’d be increasing the range of South
Korea’s ballistic missiles, the North responded by claiming its
could already reach the American mainland. Experts in the West
say the missiles may be able to reach Guam already.

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North Korea Warns of “All Out Action” Against United States, Third Missile Launch, In Response to Latest UN Resolution

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