"UNSCR, Strongly Condemns North Korea SLBM launch, Countries should strengthen enforcement of sanctions!"

Janne Pak
2021-10-25 00:33
((10-22-2021) by: Janne Pak(White House Correspondent)

["UN Security Council strongly condemns North Korean missile launch, countries should strengthen enforcement of sanctions!"]

@The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Greenfield said that the US strongly condemns North Korea for destabilizing the region with WMD and ballistic missiles and threatening international peace and security.(10-19-2021)

North Korea continues to launch missiles ahead of the Moon Jae-in administration's proposed end-of-war declaration, causing tensions on the Korean Peninsula. North Korea poses a direct threat to South Korea as well as an intention to subdue the baseline in dialogue with pressure on the United States.

In August, China test-fired a hypersonic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, followed by North Korea in September. China and North Korea are cooperating with each other to increase arms.

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un recently announced an increase in national defense and sent a letter to China's Xi Jinping on defense cooperation.

China will never help North Korea denuclearize. This is because North Korea, a blood ally, must strategically help China in the competition between the U.S. and China for supremacy. China is already giving North Korea nuclear technology and hypersonic missile technology.

*As for the reasons why North Korea will not appear in the talks to declare the end of the war:

First, North Korea judges that a political declaration is meaningless and has little to gain.

Second, it is expected that the sanctions will be lifted while continuing to show off military strength by launching missiles and SLBMs.

Third, North Korea wants the U.S. to give up hostilities and double standards.

Fourth, North Korea will be reluctant to respond to dialogue as North Korea cannot achieve denuclearization through dialogue because it knows that it will discuss denuclearization once it starts dialogue with the United States.

Unless all of these are met, North Korea will not come to the negotiating table. North Korea is trying to raise their ransom even higher because the U.S. and South Korea know that they are meeting and negotiating with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

In times like these, the United States should show a detached attitude toward North Korea. So don't be fooled by North Korea's tactics.

The problem is South Korea. North Korea, which is economically weak, should first propose to South Korea for dialogue. There is no need for the Moon Jae-in regime to bow down to North Korea. This is the reason why the Korean people hate the Moon Jae-in administration.

When North Korea test-fired an SLBM on the 19th, South Korea should have condemned North Korea and pointed out that it was a violation of the UN Security Council.

The White House, the State Department, and the Pentagon condemned it, and the UN Security Council immediately convened.

The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Greenfield said that the US strongly condemns North Korea for destabilizing the region with WMD and ballistic missiles and threatening international peace and security.

Ambassador Greenfield also stressed the need for countries to further strengthen sanctions enforcement.

Although North Korea fired ballistic missiles and SLBMs during the Moon Jae-in regime in South Korea, the Moon Jae-in regime never condemned North Korea. The Korean people are outraged by this.

North Korea's nuclear weapons. missile. Weapons of mass destruction are a direct threat to South Korea. Therefore, although it may not have reached the U.S. mainland yet, it could be fatal to Korea.

The United States should not be deceived by North Korea's deceit, but at the same time, it should keep a close eye on the fraudulent and peaceful behavior of the Moon Jae-in regime in South Korea. Because the Moon Jae-in regime has already crossed a river of no return, it must be faced with closeness to North Korea and China.

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(Janne Pak, White House Correspondent)
A Professional female Journalist who has covered the Korean Peninsula Issues and Korea-U.S. relations for over 20 years, White House, Pentagon, State Department, Congress.