On March 6 DPRK Asked the UN Security Council to put US nuke war drills and stockpiles on the Agenda to PREVENT NUCLEAR WAR

13 04 2017

Pyongyang, March 27 (KCNA) --

“A letter and statements of the DPRK were distributed as an official document A/71/843-S/2017/192 of the UN General Assembly and the UN Security Council on March 25.
They are a letter recently sent by the DPRK permanent representative at the United Nations to the president of UNSC and statements issued by the spokesmen for the General Staff of the Korean People’s Army and the DPRK Foreign Ministry over the fact that the situation on the Korean peninsula has reached the brink of war due to the largest-ever joint military drills being staged by the U.S. and the south Korean regime.”

DPRK pleads with the U.N. to hold a session to stop the US and South Korea nuke war games on their border and stop the stockpiling of nuke weapons in S. Korea aimed at them.

UN General Assembly Security Council document # A/71/843-S/2017/192 [PDF]

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From the document – “Should the Security Council ignore again the justified requests by DPRK to discuss the issue of U.S.-south Korea joint military exercises at the Security Council, then it would only reveal the real face of the Security Council, which only plays the role of the political tool of certain individual powers, giving up all its primary missions and the trust of international communities.

NOTE – more news on the Korea menacing in the Korea section of Pivot to WW3 – F.C.

 

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