European Union foreign ministers say they would consider the launch of a satellite by North Korea a “provocative act” that would violate Pyongyang’s U.N. Security Council obligations and merit an international response. “Regardless of its stated purpose, such a launch will have to use ballistic missile technology, representing another clear violation” of U.N. resolutions and undermining diplomatic efforts on the Korean peninsula and in the broader region, the ministers said in a ...
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