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UN Security Council holds emergency session on North Korea

UN Security Council holds emergency session on North Korea

A diplomatic source said the session will be held at the request of Britain and the United States and will begin on Wednesday afternoon. According to another diplomatic source, Paris later joined its partners Washington and London in requesting the holding of this session.

The announcement of the date of this meeting came after confirmation North Korea It has successfully tested a ballistic missile of a “new type” from a submarine, in news that if confirmed, means that the country that possesses nuclear weapons has the ability to launch a second strike..

The official North Korean news agency said that the missile launched on Tuesday has “many advanced technologies in the areas of control and guidance,” noting that it was launched from the same submarine that used it. Pyongyang Five years ago, when it announced that it had conducted its first test launch Sea-to-ground strategic ballistic missile.

The official newspaper, “Rodong Sinmun”, published pictures in which the missile appeared in black and white color as it made its way towards the sky from the calm sea water, behind it a column of fire and smoke, while another picture appeared as a submarine emerging from under the surface of the water.

If it is already confirmed that North Korea has the ability to launch ballistic missiles from submarines, this means that the closed country has raised its military arsenal to a new level, as this technology allows it to deploy its ballistic weapons away from the Korean Peninsula and provides it with the opportunity to strike a second strike if its platforms are hit. Land, stationary or mobile, intended for launching missiles.

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The Chinese ambassador to the United Nations, Zhang Jun, whose country in recent years has repeatedly expressed its support for Pyongyang, refused to answer questions asked by journalists about Pyongyang’s missile test.

For his part, the Russian Deputy Ambassador to the United Nations, Dmitry Polyansky, warned against any haste. “We need to get more information” about this missile test because interpretations of events in North Korea “have always been conflicting,” he said.“.

The Russian diplomat added that missile launch “It could have been from anywhere. We only have press information and I don’t trust it very much, we need an expert evaluation.”“.