japanese pm urges n korea to refrain from provocations
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Japanese PM Urges N. Korea to Refrain from Provocations

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday urged North Korea to refrain from further provocative actions, comply with UN resolutions and abandon its nuclear missile development.
The Japanese Premier told parliament that his government would cooperate with China, Russia, United States and South Korea to prevent North Korea from further provocations.
Abe added that the Japanese government was considering measures to deal with a possible situation in which the safety of Japanese citizens and displaced people on the Korean peninsula is essential.
North Korea is reviewing its military strength, but it is important to maintain peace through diplomatic efforts, He said, noting that it is also necessary to put pressure on North Korea to push it to agree to take a serious part in the dialogue.
Recently, the Japanese Foreign Minister said that his country is fully prepared to face any action by North Korea and is ready to deal with any emergencies on the Korean Peninsula.

Source: QNA

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