US stays concerned North Korea will lead another rocket test
White House Public safety Counselor Jake Sullivan said on Sunday the Biden organization stays worried that North Korea will push ahead with another intercontinental long range rocket test.
“I have been worried for quite a while that North Korea would lead what might be its seventh atomic test,” Sullivan said during a meeting with CBS’s Face the Country.
“I see no prompt signs that will occur, however it wouldn’t profoundly shock or amaze anyone North Korea pushes ahead with one more test regarding its intercontinental long range rocket ability,” he said.
In June, North Korea terminated two short-range rockets off its east coast as Sullivan met his Japanese and South Korean partners in Tokyo.
A representative for North Korea’s Service of Public Protection had said in those days that drills led by South Korea and the US were heightening the tactical strain in the locale and its powers would answer “any sort of fights or incitements by foes”.
North Korea’s long range rocket and atomic weapons programs are restricted by Joined Countries Security Committee goals that have endorsed the country.
Strategic endeavors to diminish strains or convince Pyongyang to forsake its atomic munititions stockpile have been slowed down.
News Source: WASHINGTON (Reuters)