Envoy seeks US answer to N. Korea on violating JCPOA

IRNA – Iran’s ambassador to Britain Hamid Baeidinejad says US will have no response to North Korea if asked about its lack of commitment to Iran nuclear deal also known as Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

In his twitter message released on Tuesday, Baeidinejad said, “If NKorea, in reply to urges to enter into de-escalation arrangement, would ask: US admin calls JCPOA already intensively negotiated and agreed by US itself a mistake and threatens against int’l law to unilaterally withdraw from it, how can we trust?’ What would US respond?

According to South Korean military sources, North Korea test fired an inter-continental ballistic missile on Tuesday morning.

After launching the missile, South Korean president Moon Jae-in called for holding National Security Council meeting of the country.

North Korea act happened after the meeting held between the presidents of US and South Korea on shrinking North Korea nuclear activities.

North Korea had launched its latest missiles on June 8 during which some missiles were fired toward Sea of Japan.

Due to repeated missile tests, United Nations Security Council has imposed fresh sanctions on North Korea.

North Korea has launched missiles 13 times since the beginning of the current year.