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North Korea summons ambassadors in UN, Russia, China
12:09, 14 August 2017
North Korea summons ambassadors in UN, Russia, China

The diplomats’ meeting may concern development of ICBMs, - Yonhap

12:09, 14 August 2017

AFP/Yonhap

Ambassadors of the North Korea in Russia, China and the UN returned to Pyongyang summoned by their government. Yonhap reported this, quoting a source among the highly-ranked officials.

The source assumed that North Korea gathers the meeting of diplomats in these countries – perhaps, to discuss the latest developments in the missile tests area.     

‘The ongoing meeting reportedly includes Amb. Ji Jae-ryong, Amb. Ja Song-nam and Amb. Kim Hyong-jun, North Korea's top envoys to China, the United Nations and Russia, respectively’, the article says. ‘The top envoys' meeting may deal with the difficult international circumstance the country is currently handling after its two recent tests of what it called intercontinental ballistic missiles that could reach the mainland United States’.

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