The European Union (EU) has called on North Korea to comply with its commitment to stop testing nuclear and missile tests, and declared that Pyongyang “will never have the status of a nation with nuclear weapons,” according to the regulations. of Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty global (NPT).
In a statement at the disarmament conference earlier this week, the EU urged North Korea to “comply with its commitment to stop nuclear and ballistic missile tests,” and to refrain from “provocative actions. Next promotion. “
According to the statement, the EU is deeply concerned by North Korea’s latest claims that from January 1, 2020, North Korea is no longer bound to a nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile test, also as closed the nuclear test site.
The EU also argues that North Korea may never have a nuclear weapons state under the Non-Proliferation Treaty that Pyongyang withdrew from 2003.
The EU urged North Korea to abandon the program nuclear weaponsand comply with the obligations under the UN Security Council resolutions and at the same time enforce the commitment to completely stop all forms of ballistic missile launches.
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The statement stated that the EU will continue to impose current sanctions until North Korea takes “those concrete steps.”
An official from the Ministry of Unification of Korea on September 17 said the country was ready to organize reunions for families separated during the Korean War (1950-1953) at any time if reached. is negotiated with North Korea.
According to the official above, the Ministry of Unification is also ready to organize the reunion online.
Earlier, speaking to the press during his visit to the truce village of Panmunjom, Unification Minister Lee In-young said on September 16 that he hopes to organize a small-scale reunion in Panmunjom for families. was separated during the war as soon as the COVID-19 epidemic subsided.
The most recent reunion of separated families was held in August 2018 at the mountain resort of Kumgang in North Korea.