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Published on January 23, 2013 16:53
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North Korea has vowed to take "physical actions" and strengthen its nuclear deterrence in response to a UN resolution prohibiting its ballistic missile program on January 23.

North Korean officials said in a statement carried by the official news agency KCNA that the country will end its efforts to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula, and threatened to step up its military development.

The 15-member UN Security Council unanimously adopted the resolution to require the DPRK to comply with all relevant resolutions which bar it from any launch involving ballistic missile technology.

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The United Nations Security Council approved at early hours on January 23 (Beijing Time) a resolution on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK's) satellite launch in December last year.

The Resolution

Li Baodong (C), the Chinese permanent representative to the United Nations, votes during a Security Council meeting at the UN headquarters in New York, the United States, January 22, 2013. The UN Security Council on January 22 condemned the satellite launch on December 12 by North Korea. Photo: Xinhua
Li Baodong (C), the Chinese permanent representative to the United Nations, votes during a Security Council meeting at the UN headquarters in New York, the United States, January 22, 2013. The UN Security Council on January 22 condemned the satellite launch on December 12 by North Korea. Photo: Xinhua 

The UN Security Council: Pyongyang "used ballistic missile technology and was in violation of resolutions 1718 (2006) and 1874 (2009)."

The new UN Security Council resolution "demands that the DPRK immediately comply fully with its obligations under resolutions 1718 (2006) and 1874 (2009), including that it abandon all nuclear weapons and existing nuclear programs in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner; immediately cease all related activities, and not conduct any further launches that use ballistic missile technology, nuclear test or any further provocation."

The Council "reaffirms its support to the Six-Party Talks, calls for its resumption, urges all the participants to intensify their efforts on the full and expeditious implementation of the September 19, 2005 Joint Statement issued by China, the DPRK, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation and the United States, with a view to achieving the verifiable denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula in a peaceful manner and to maintaining peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and in Northeast Asia, " the resolution added.

Source: Xinhua

Responses

UN logoUN:

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on January 22 welcomed the fresh resolution, saying that "dialogue is the only way to achieve the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula as well as durable peace in the region.

"Speaking with one voice, the Security Council reiterated its firm stance that the DPRK's pursuit of nuclear weapons, including means of delivery, is unacceptable," said Ban in a statement through his spokesman.
North KoreaNorth Korea:

North Korea has denied accusations by the UN and the international powers that the rocket was a ballistic test. Pyongyang said it was launching an observation satellite.

There will be no more discussions on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula in the future, but the country is open to talks on peace and security, the DPRK Foreign Ministry said in a statement carried by the official news agency KCNA.

The DPRK also vowed to "take physical actions to strengthen self-defense military capabilities including nuclear deterrence."

South KoreaSouth Korea:

"We express our deep regret (over the statement)," Park Soo- jin, a spokeswoman for Seoul's unification ministry, told reporters during a press briefing. 

"We urge North Korea (DPRK) to stop making threats of additional provocation and make denuclearization efforts through concrete action."
China's national flagChina:

China's permanent representative to the United Nations Li Baodong said the resolution is an outcome of many rounds of consultations by all parties concerned and is "generally balanced."

"The resolution ... not only shows the stance of the international community on the DPRK's satellite launch, but also delivers some positive information, including calls for a peaceful solution to the (Korean) Peninsula issue through dialogue and negotiation as well as the resumption of the six-party talks," Li said.

Li added that China holds a "clear and consistent" stance on DPRK's launch, and that the Security Council's response should be "prudent and moderate," be conducive to peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula, and help avoid the progressive escalation of tensions.
US' national flagJapan:

Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said on January 23 that Japan welcomes the adoption of a United Nations Security Council resolution on condemning a rocket launch by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on December 12.
US' national flagUS:

US ambassador Susan Rice said the resolution was a sign that the DPRK will have "an increasingly steep price" to pay if it chooses confrontation with the international community.
RussiaRussia:

Russian UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin voiced Moscow's backing for the draft text last week.
 
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