FCO statement on North Korea missile test launches

Foreign and Commonwealth Office concerned by the launch of ballistic missiles by North Korea on 2 August, following similar tests on 24 and 30 July.


A Foreign and Commonwealth Office spokesperson said:

We are concerned by the launch of ballistic missiles by North Korea on 2 August, following similar tests on 24 and 30 July. Such launches are prohibited by relevant UN Security Council Resolutions and pose a threat to regional and global security.
We urge North Korea to take concrete steps towards its complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearisation and to engage in meaningful negotiations with the US as agreed between President Trump and Kim Jong Un on 30 June. This is the best way for Kim Jong Un to secure a brighter economic future for the people of North Korea.

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