The United States held a meeting of the United Nations Security Council on Monday of this week at the risk of North Korea.
The United States convened a meeting of the UN Security Council on Monday of this week at the risk of a North Korean “provocation” as Pyongyang seeks to lift the US embargo by one year. The United States, which is chairing the Security Council this month, one of the most authoritarian states in the world, is planning sessions instead of a planned human rights meeting in North Korea. This week’s meeting will provide a comprehensive update on the possibility of a recent launch of missiles in the Korean Peninsula and a detailed DPRK provocation.
The State Department spokesperson for this statement, taking North as its official name, the Democratic People’s Republic. The Security Council also met behind closed doors last week to discuss 13 North Korean missile tests. The meeting was organized by the European nations and condemned the actions of North Korea. But the request for a new session shows growing concern on the part of the United States about North Korea. Korea has stated that it has been requested by Korea that Washington submit a new proposal to resume nuclear talks by 31 December.
North Korea has warned of reprisal for not doing so. On Saturday, North Korea also claimed that it had carried out a very important test that would change its strategic position without providing more details. President Donald Trump met North Korean leader Kim Jong Un three times and described him as a friend, but Pyongyang is eager to make concessions, such as loosening sanctions. Trump hoped to make progress with North Korea, saying that Kim has a lot to lose if he is acting hostile.