Photo: the UN security Council will meet in closed session due to the launch of the DPRK

The initiators of the closed meeting were Britain, France and Germany.

The UN Security Council next week will hold a closed meeting for testing North Korea’s new ballistic missile submarine start. About it AFP reports with reference to diplomatic sources.

“The UN Security Council will hold a closed meeting on holding North Korea testing missiles, sea-based, since the European powers are insisting that the world organization continued to exert pressure on Pyongyang”, – stated in the message.

The initiators of the meeting were Britain, France and Germany, as soon to begin another nuclear talks Pyongyang with Washington.

“Americans do not want an official meeting, so the Europeans were asked to hold a private meeting,” said one of the diplomats.

It is noted that the meeting was originally scheduled for Friday 4 October but it was postponed to next week due to restrictions in the schedule.

European countries believe that the missile test of the DPRK is a violation of UN resolutions, and insist that the U.S. delegation confirmed the decision of the Council.

Recall, October 2, Japanese and South Korean military announced new launches of unidentified shells in the DPRK.

On the morning of 3 October, North Korea announced the successful test of a missile that was launched from aboard a submarine.

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