US, Japan and South Korea would like tougher action against North Korea
The United States, Japan and South Korea would like tougher action against North Korea. The Foreign ministers of the three countries have this Sunday in New York discussed.
The countries talked about the provision of the package of measures against North Korea after the country this month, the largest nuclear test ever held.
For the first time since the last nuclear test, the fifth of this year, the American Foreign minister John Kerry, the Japanese Fumio Kishida and their South Korean colleague Yun Byung-se, together to discuss the situation. In a joint statement they called for more international pressure on North Korea. “Ignoring multiple UN treaties of the regime in Pyongyang makes sure that we become even more severe should occur.”
The nuclear test of 9 september was the heaviest that North Korea ever loved. Experts in Seoul estimate the force of 10 kilotons, but slightly less than the atomic bomb dropped in 1945 on Hiroshima fell.
The stalinist regime in Pyongyang claims that it is now able to fire a missile to equip with a nuclear warhead. North Korea saves this many warnings of the international community in the wind.