Japan, U.S. find "strongest possible" measures opposite N. Korea

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13:12 11 Sep 2016

TOKYO, Sept. 11, Kyodo

Top envoys from Japan and a United States concluded to find a “strongest probable measures” opposite North Korea on Sunday, dual days after a reserved state conducted a fifth chief exam in a face of tellurian opposition.

“We will be operative together really closely in a (U.N.) Security Council and over to come out with a strongest probable measures opposite North Korea’s actions,” Sung Kim, U.S. special deputy for North Korea process told reporters following his assembly with Kenji Kanasugi, executive ubiquitous of a Japanese Foreign Ministry’s Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau in Tokyo.

Kim combined that a dual countries will also demeanour during uneven measures, shared measures and trilateral team-work with South Korea in response to “provocative and unsuitable function by a North Koreans.”

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