Security Council condemns North Korea missile launchesUpdated: 2014-07-18 06:27:49 (KST)
The UN Security Council has condemned recent ballistic missile launches by North Korea, saying the three rounds of Scud missiles fired in June and July were in violation of council demands on Pyongyang.
The council president for July, the Rwandan UN Ambassador Eugene Gasana said the council members wanted to urged North Korea to fully comply with the relevant Security Council resolutions.
North Korea is under a number of UN, U.S. and other national sanctions for repeated nuclear and ballistic missile tests since 2006 in defiance of international demands to stop.
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