May 29, 2024

Reciprocate U.S. calls for dialogue, ambassador to UN urges North Korea

At UN Security Council meeting, Ambassador Kelly Craft warns DPRK against "destabilizing" long-range missile tests

The United States is still trying to establish a diplomatic dialogue with North Korea, but further missile tests by Pyongyang "risk closing the door on a better path for the future," the U.S. ambassador to the UN told a meeting of the Security Council (UNSC) on Wednesday.

That North Korea-focused meeting was chaired by the Americans, which holds the UNSC presidency for the month of December, and saw U.S. ambassador Kelly Craft said that Washington continuing to reach out to Pyongyang in an attempt at dialogue.

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