The foreign Ministers of Japan, China and Korea at a meeting in Tokyo agreed to require the DPRK to stop further provocations and to expand cooperation in the pressure on the North Korean dictatorship. It is reported Kyodo.

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Japan Fumio Kishida, Minister of foreign Affairs of China Wang Yi and Korea’s Yun Byung-Se announced the agreement in just a few hours after the test launch of North Korean ballistic missiles, submarine-based.

Kishida also said that the three countries have decided to urge the international community to respect the resolutions of UN Security Council sanctions against Pyongyang.

Night, North Korea launched a ballistic missile from a submarine in the sea of Japan. The rocket flew several hundred kilometers and fell into the sea of Japan.

China, Japan and Korea agreed on a joint pressure on North Korea 24.08.2016

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