North Korea says U.N. Security Council committee meeting on missile tests exposes double standard - KCNA

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said on Monday that the U.N. Security Council showed a double standard as its sanctions committee criticised the country's recent missile test as a violation of U.N. resolutions, the official KCNA news agency reported

Reuters March 29, 2021 04:10:27 IST
North Korea says U.N. Security Council committee meeting on missile tests exposes double standard - KCNA

North Korea says UN Security Council committee meeting on missile tests exposes double standard  KCNA

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said on Monday that the U.N. Security Council showed a double standard as its sanctions committee criticised the country's recent missile test as a violation of U.N. resolutions, the official KCNA news agency reported.

(Reporting by Hyonhee Shin; Editing by Daniel Wallis)

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