North Korea said through its official news agency today, Sunday, that the UN Security Council applies double standards regarding military activities among UN member states, amid international criticism of its recent missile tests. )
Pyongyang launched an anti-aircraft missile on September 30
The council met Friday, at the request of the United States and other countries, to discuss North Korea’s recent launch of several missiles.
The meeting came a day after Pyongyang launched its newly developed anti-aircraft missile, the latest in a series of weapons tests that included a hypersonic missile, ballistic missiles and a cruise missile with potential nuclear capabilities. North Korea, the Security Council meeting means “blatant ignorance and an unjust infringement” on its sovereignty and represents a “grave and intolerable provocation.”
Pyongyang launched a hypersonic missile on September 29
Joe A . was accused The council has double standards because it has remained silent about the United States’ joint military exercises and weapons tests with allies, while firmly opposing North Korea’s “self-defense” activities. A denial of impartiality, objectivity and balance, the basis for the work of the activities of the United Nations, and clear evidence of the standard of double dealing.