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Israel says concerned by N.Korea missile launch
Published Thursday 13/12/2012 (updated) 13/12/2012 10:23
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BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Israel on Thursday urged North Korea to "respect and comply with its international obligations" after it launched a long-range rocket.

"Israel is deeply concerned by the latest launching of a long-range missile by North Korea in defiance of the relevant UN Security Council resolutions," the Israeli foreign ministry said.

"North Korea should indeed respect and comply with its international obligations and pursue policies and actions that contribute to regional peace and security rather than undermine them."

North Korea launched a rocket Wednesday after announcing it was sending a satellite into space and gave international agencies notice of a planned trajectory.

Part of the trajectory included flying over territory belonging to Japan.
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1 ) Elizabeth Morley / UK
13/12/2012 14:16
That's rich! The pot calling the kettle black, springs to mind. How many UN resolutions has Israel ignored?

2 ) ronen / israel
13/12/2012 19:48
#1 unlike the UK israel is at least not in breach of the NPT. as we have never signed it. your country is bound by contract to have dismantled all nukes and although you have no enemies and are in no danger you refuse to do so. rich enough for you? leftists are the lowest of the low

3 ) Joe Fattal / USA
14/12/2012 00:45
Israel was complaining about Iran, now they complain about North Korea that can't even send a rocket in space.

4 ) Dwile / India
14/12/2012 13:44
#2 Thank you for your succinct contribution to this topic.
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