Thursday, 29 March 2012

North Korea refuses to halt Missile launch plan

North Korea said Tuesday that it wouldn't abandon its program to perform a satellite launch subsequent thirty day period regardless of recent warnings from President Barack Obama over the move.The North "will not quit the satellite start for peaceful functions, which can be a respectable appropriate of the sovereign state and need important for economic improvement," Pyongyang's official Korean Central News Agency reported, citing the country's foreign ministry.
Throughout his pay a visit to to South Korea this week, Obama has mentioned that if North Korea moves ahead with all the start -- which Washington and Seoul say would breach U.N. Security Council resolutions through the use of a long-range missile -- it will further deepen its isolation, damage relations with its neighbors and experience additional sanctions which have already strangled the country.
The North Korean report Tuesday said that Obama's stance "reflects his incorrect conception" with the situation.

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