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U.S. to help South Korea develop missile defence system


The launch, however, triggered concerns as being a possible long-range missile test. Pyongyang is banned from using ballistic missile technology under UN Security Council resolutions.At the wake of this potential crisis the United Nations said they will now “adopt expeditiously a new Security Council with such measures in response to these unsafe and serious violations” according to Carlos Sosa Rodriguez, Venezuelan ambassador.The country’s state news agency carried a still picture of a white rocket, which closely resembled a previously launched rocket, lifting off. Another showed Kim surrounded by cheering military officials at what appeared to be a command center.He was quick to emphasise, however, that the North has yet to master key technology needed to turn the rocket into an inter-continental ballistic missile, which would require a re-entry vehicle to protect the warhead from heat.After the test, the US and South Korea announced they had begun formal discussions about the possibility of deploying an advanced missile defence system to which China has objected, arguing it could undermine its strategic deterrent.

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