US calls on int'l community to condemn North Korean missile launches
The United States called on the international community Wednesday to condemn North Korea's latest missile launches and to implement all U. State Department spokesperson Ned Price made the call in a briefing, calling the North Korean missile launches a threat to the region and to the entire world. "We know that the DPRK's ongoing provocations pose a threat to the region, pose a threat to all of us," the spokesperson said, referring to North Korea by its official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
"And it's incumbent on the international community to join us in condemning the DPRK's flagrant and repeated violations of these multiple U. North Korea launched three ballistic missiles, including an apparent intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), Wednesday (KST). The launches marked the 17th of their kind this year, North Korea has conducted at least three known ICBM tests since the start of 2022.
The call to hold North Korea accountable also comes amid speculation that Pyongyang may soon conduct a nuclear weapon test to up the ante in its ongoing saber-rattling. Officials in Seoul, however, have recently said the North appears to have completed "all preparations" for such a test. "We call on the DPRK to refrain from further provocation and to engage in sustained dialogue.
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