Top diplomats from U.S., Japan, South Korea to meet on North Korea

September 14, 2016

Top diplomats discussed the ways of response to North Korea’s latest nuclear test. The U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to meet with his Japanese and South Korean counterparts in New York on Sunday.

The top diplomats of three countries are very concerned with the recent nuclear tests of the North Korea. The United States, Japan, South Korea to meet for discussing sanctions on North Korea, which U.N. Security Council approved.

On Friday, The North Korea conducted its fifth and largest nuclear test, after that the country was isolated from the international community. It believes, that testing nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles at an unprecedented rate this year is a total violation of all laws and regulations. Such a behavior of the young Korean leader Kim Jong Un is just unacceptable.