1. South Korea presidential front-runner says North Korea’s missile launch futile

South Korea presidential front-runner says North Korea’s missile launch futile

The front-runner in South Korea’s presidential election sees North Korea’s latest attempted missile launch on Saturday as “an exercise in futility”, his spokesman said. “We urge again the Kim Jong Un regime to immediately stop reckless provocative acts and choose the path to cooperate with the international community including giving up its nuclear programme,” Park […]

By: | Seoul | Published: April 29, 2017 6:58 AM
“That is a way to save itself, not a way to self-destruct,” Park Kwang-on said. (Representative Image: Reuters)

The front-runner in South Korea’s presidential election sees North Korea’s latest attempted missile launch on Saturday as “an exercise in futility”, his spokesman said. “We urge again the Kim Jong Un regime to immediately stop reckless provocative acts and choose the path to cooperate with the international community including giving up its nuclear programme,” Park Kwang-on, a spokesman for Moon Jae-in, said in a statement, referring to the North Korean leader.

“That is a way to save itself, not a way to self-destruct,” Park said. North Korea test-fired a missile earlier on Saturday, which disintegrated after several minutes into the flight, U.S. and South Korean officials said.

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