Spain is Latest Country to Expel North Korean Ambassador

Spain is Latest Country to Expel North Korean Ambassador

Spain is Latest Country to Expel North Korean Ambassador

Spain has become the latest country to expel its ambassador from North Korea in protest at Pyongyang's refusal to halt nuclear missile tests which Madrid said threatened world security.

Kuwait has also notified the North Korean ambassador to Kuwait City that he must go by the end of the month.

KCNA's Wednesday commentary continues, "the U.S. cooking up another "sanctions resolution" at the United Nations Security Council as part of its unprecedented military threat and sanctions and blockade to stifle the DPRK", or the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Pyongyang's preferred nomenclature.

The sanctions came on top of measures issued last month that were expected to cut roughly $1bn from the regime's $3bn in annual export revenue.

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"(The US) is disseminating the fraudulent claim that the sanctions and pressure are geared to the so-called peaceful solution.

People watch a TV screen showing a local news program reporting about North Korea's missile launch, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea.

In addition, the Philippines, Pyongyang's fifth-biggest trade partner, said that it would cease trade with North Korea.

Mr Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-In spoke by phone and vowed to exert "stronger pressure" on the North, with Moon's office warning that further provocation would put it on a "path of collapse".

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Pyongyang launched a second ballistic missile across Japan two weeks later. The South American nation, which shares a border with the United States, called Pyongyang's nuclear activity "a serious risk for peace and global security".

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at an undisclosed location. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said in the US last week that he would consider severing diplomatic ties with North Korea.

US President Donald Trump poked fun at North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Sunday, calling him "Rocket Man" and stating that long gas lines had formed in North Korea as a result of the sanctions.

North Korea has called increased United Nations sanctions a "hostile act", committed with the intention to "physically exterminate" its citizens.

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