The United Nations Security Council on Tuesday hold closed-door consultations on North Korea’s latest missile launch.
“We are going to go to the consultations room and be briefed on what happened,” South Africa’s UN ambassador Jerry Matjila, who holds the Security Council presidency for the month of October, told reporters.
According to the ambassador, some Security Council members may want to have an outcome.
Asked what kind of outcome the council may produce, he said: “We will see as the consultation proceeds, what is possible.’’
Pyongyang fired a ballistic missile off its east coast on 2nd of October, and the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres voiced concern immediately after the missile launch.
“The launch of a ballistic missile is yet another violation of Security Council resolutions,’’ Guterres’ spokesman, Stephane Dujarric, had told reporters.