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G7 Foreign Ministers’ Statement within the launch of an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile by North Korea

“We strongly urge the DPRK to fully comply with all lawful obligations arising from the relevant Protection Council resolutions. We ask the DPRK to accept the repeated offers of conversation put forward by all parties concerned, including the United States, the particular Republic of Korea plus Japan. We, the G7 foreign ministers and the Higher Representative of the European Union, also call on the DPRK to depart its weapons of bulk destruction and ballistic missile programmes in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner. “We call on almost all States to fully and successfully implement all restrictive steps relating to the DPRK imposed by the UN Security Council and to address the risk of weapons of mass destruction expansion from the DPRK as an urgent priority. We note with concern the report with the Panel of Experts founded in pursuant to resolution 1874(2009) that illicit ship-to-ship transfers continue to take place. We remain ready to assist in plus strengthen capacities for effective sanctions implementation. In the framework of the Covid-19 pandemic, we commend the work of the 1718 Committee, which has swiftly accepted all Covid-19 related sanctions exemption requests for humanitarian education assistance for the DPRK. “We, the G7 Foreign Ministers of North america, France, Germany, Italy, The japanese, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America, and the High Representative of the European Union highly condemn the continued examining of ballistic missiles from the Democratic People’s Republic associated with Korea (DPRK), including the Global Ballistic Missile (ICBM) launch conducted on March 24, 2022. “The G7 are committed to dealing with all relevant partners to the goal of peace on the Korean Peninsula and to maintaining the rules-based international purchase. ” “Since the beginning of 2022, the DPRK has executed an unprecedented series of missile tests which build on ballistic missile tests conducted within 2021, including launches of recent so-called hypersonic missile, and has claimed a submarine-launched ballistic missile test. These checks demonstrate the DPRK’s ongoing efforts to expand and additional develop its ballistic missile capabilities. We deeply regret that the DPRK, with the most current launches, has also abandoned the self-declared moratorium on ICBM launches. We strongly condemn these acts which are in blatant violation of the DPRK’s obligations under numerous UN Security Council resolutions which includes resolution 2397 (2017). These reckless actions threaten local and international peace plus security, pose a dangerous plus unpredictable risk to international civil aviation and ocean going navigation in the region and requirement a united response by the international community, including additional measures to be taken by by UN Security Council. “We are clear that the terrible humanitarian situation in the DPRK is the result of the curve of the DPRK’s resources in to weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs rather than into the welfare of its people. 03 25, 2022 – Ottawa, Ontario


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