U.S., Japan, S. Korea to weigh N.Korea following recent missile launches

WASHINGTON -The U.S. special representative for North Korea will meet with Japanese and South Korean officials later this week, the U.S. State Department stated on Sunday, following a series of ballistic missile checks U.S. officials stated Pyongyang launched ultimate month.

U.S. Ambassador Sung Kim will travel to Honolulu from Feb. 10-15 to host a trilateral meeting “to speak about a broad vary of issues, including the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,” the dep. mentioned in a statement.

North Korea has long been banned from engaging in nuclear assessments and ballistic missile launches by way of the U.N. Security Council, but the America and others have mentioned it carried out 9 ballistic missile launches in January – the most in a single month within the historical past of the rustic’s nuclear and missile systems.

The United Nations, in a confidential file observed via Reuters, said North Korea endured to increase its nuclear and ballistic missile programs through the previous year as well as to cyberattacks on Cryptocurrency exchanges. nL1N2UG0GA

Eastern Director-Basic for Asian and Oceanian Affairs Funakoshi Takehiro and South Korea’s Unique Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs, Noh Kyu-duk, can even attend the meetings.

“The U.S. will reiterate its dedication to regional safety and lasting peace at the Korean Peninsula,” at a Feb. 12 Trilateral Ministerial meeting, the department delivered.

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