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Japan, China, South Korea agree to urge North Korea to stop provocation after missile flew 500km towards Japan

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Japan, China and South Korea agreed to urge North Korea to refrain from provocation and follow UN Security Council resolutions, after the country's latest missile launch towards Japan early on Wednesday.

[TOKYO] Japan, China and South Korea agreed to urge North Korea to refrain from provocation and follow UN Security Council resolutions, after the country's latest missile launch towards Japan early on Wednesday.

"We have confirmed that we will urge North Korea to exercise self-restraint regarding its provocative action, and to observe the UN Security Council's resolutions," Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida told a news conference after hosting a trilateral meeting with his Chinese and South Korean counterparts.

A North Korean submarine fired a ballistic missile on Wednesday that flew about 500km towards Japan, a show of improving technological capability for the isolated country that has conducted a series of launches in defiance of UN sanctions.

REUTERS

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