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Kim Sister Criticize UN Conference on North Korea’s Launch Spy Satellite

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State media stated on Sunday that Kim Yo Jong, the influential sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, criticized the UN Security Council for holding a “most unfair” meeting in response to Pyongyang’s most recent spy satellite launch.

In an unusual same-day release, Pyongyang claimed that the new Chollima-1 rocket from North Korea lost thrust and crashed into the water with its satellite payload on Wednesday. Pyongyang also stated that another test will be done as soon as feasible.

The launch was condemned by the US, South Korea, and Japan as a violation of UN resolutions prohibiting the nuclear-armed nation from conducting any tests involving ballistic missile technology.

Rosemary DiCarlo, the under-secretary-general of the UN for political and humanitarian affairs, criticized the Security Council on Friday for its “lack of unity and action” in response to North Korea’s nuclear tests.

The UN gathering, according to Kim Yo Jong, was yet another illustration of how the body served as a “political appendage” to “gangster-like” Washington.

She made the statement in a statement carried by the Korean Central News Agency, alluding to the North by its formal title, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. “I am very unpleased that the UNSC so often calls to account the DPRK’s exercise of its rights as a sovereign state at the request of the US,” she added.

She continued, “(I) passionately criticize and reject it as the most unfair and biased act of meddling in its domestic matters and infringing upon its sovereignty.

She vowed to keep launching spy satellites, which the North has argued are essential to balance out the expanding US military posture in the area in the past.

She said that the DPRK would keep up its proactive efforts to exercise its legal rights as a sovereign state, including the ability to launch military reconnaissance satellites.

According to analysts, the development of intercontinental ballistic missiles and space launch capabilities share a large amount of technology.

They have also cautioned that Pyongyang would be able to more precisely target US and South Korean soldiers if North Korea is successful in deploying its satellites.

In spite of years of harsh sanctions, North Korea has continued to work on its illegal nuclear and missile programs, undertaking a number of weapons tests, including the test-firing of several ICBMS.

The notion of de-nuclearization discussions was largely put to rest when Chairman Kim declared his nation a “irreversible” nuclear power last year.

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