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Friday, September 15, 2017

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Russia deeply concerned about North Korean missiles

The latest launch of missiles by North Korea has been characterized by the officials in Kremlin as part of a series of unacceptable provocations, and by the European Union as "an unheard provocation," the agencies report.

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Dmitrij Peskov

We in Russia are deeply concerned about these provocative launches that are pushing for further tensions. A clear statement of our view that such a launch is unacceptable is the most realistic thing we can now do - Peskov said.

In a press conference with reporters, he stressed that the members of the United Nations Security Council are united in condemning this launch, the Reuters spokesman said.

According to the AFP, the head of European diplomacy, Federico Mogerini, has condemned this move by North Korea and called for sanctions to be strengthened against that country.

The international community, allegedly, hopes that economic sanctions will deny North Korea the money to continue with their nuclear and missile program, and will also exert pressure on that country to enter into negotiations about ending its nuclear ambitions.

- Today's launch of another ballistic missile above Japan that North Korea has brought is a major provocation, Mogerini said.

According to her, the EU will introduce the latest measures against individuals and organizations today and continue efforts to expand their own regime of sanctions already in progress.

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