UN: Abe calls for 'action' not 'dialogue' in North Korea crisis

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called for further sanctions and a ceasing of «dialogue» in dealing with North Korean and their missile programme, at UN General Assembly, in New York City, on Wednesday. «What is necessary is action. Whether or not we can put an end to the provocations by North Korea is dependent upon the solidarity of the international community. There is not much time left... Еще,» urged Abe. Continuing, he stated «We must prevent the goods, funds, people, and technology necessary for nuclear and missile development from heading to North Korea.» Abe called for enforcement sanctions against Pyongyang, saying that «what is needed to do that is not dialogue, but pressure.» The prime minister reiterated his support for the US, stating that Japan «consistently support the stance of the United States: that all options are on the table,» in dealing with the crisis.

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