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Japan and South Korea the United Nations Security Council was to hold an emergency session on Wednesday afternoon Tillerson said that was part of a US response that would include “stronger measures to hold the DPRK accountable” using an acronym for the isolated nation’s formal name the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea “Global action is required to stop a global threat” Tillerson said “Any country that hosts North Korean guest workers provides any economic or military benefits or fails to fully implement UN Security Council resolutions is aiding and abetting a dangerous regime” He said the US “will never accept a nuclear-armed North Korea” Tillerson’s statement issued Tuesday evening as most Americans were celebrating the Fourth of July holiday notably did not mention China whose help the Trump administration has been aggressively seeking to press Pyongyang over its nuclear weapons program In recent days as the North has continued to test missiles in defiance of global pressure President Donald Trump has started voicing doubt that Beijing is up to the task His administration has taken a number of steps against China’s interests that have suggested its patience has run short Tillerson’s comments were the first public confirmation by the United States that the missile was indeed an ICBM constituting a major technological advancement for the North and its most successful missile test yet The prime danger from the US viewpoint is the prospect of North Korea pairing a nuclear warhead with an ICBM The latest US intelligence assessment is that the North probably does not yet have that capability _ putting a small-enough nuclear warhead atop an ICBM Initial US military assessments had been that it was an intermediate-range missile NORAD or the North American Aerospace Defense Command said the missile did not pose a threat to North America Trump in his initial response to the launch on Monday evening urged China on Twitter to “put a heavy move on North Korea and end this nonsense once and for all” But he also said it was “hard to believe” that South Korea and Japan the two US treaty allies most at risk from North Korea would “put up with this much longer” The US mission to the United Nations said that US Ambassador Nikki Haley had requested that the Security Council meet urgently along with the UN envoys from Japan and South Korea The 3 pm meeting Wednesday was to be held “in the open chamber” rather than behind closed doors Previously North Korea had demonstrated missiles of short and medium range but never one able to get to the US The launch was not wholly unexpected Daniel Coats director of national intelligence testified to Congress in May that the US anticipated an ICBM test before the end of this year The Pentagon has spent tens of billions of dollars developing a missile defence system tailored to the North Korean ambition of attaining the eventual capability to attack the US with a nuclear-armed missile On May 30 the Pentagon successfully shot down a mock warhead designed to replicate the North Korean threat Pentagon spokeswoman Dana W White said the US-South Korea missile exercise Tuesday was meant to show “our precision fire capability “We remain prepared to defend ourselves and our allies and to use the full range of capabilities at our disposal against the growing threat from North Korea” she said in a statement “The United States seeks only the peaceful denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula Our commitment to the defence of our allies the Republic of Korea and Japan in the face of these threats remains ironclad” Since he entered the White House Trump has talked about confronting Pyongyang and pushing China to increase pressure on the North but neither strategy has produced fast results The White House has been threatening to move forward on its own though administration officials have not settled on next steps Patrick Cronin an Asia expert with the Center for a New American Security said Trump was probably “coming to the point of no return” with North Korea adding that the upshot could be diplomatic overtures or military action “We either go to the diplomatic table with Kim Jong Un or we do take some course of action” Cronin said “In all probability we do both” Trump spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday discussing North Korea and its nuclear program with both leaders He will meet them both this week at the Group of 20 meeting in Germany as well as have his first meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin Trump and Xi emerged from their first meeting — in April at the US president’s Florida estate — seemingly as fast friends But China has long resisted intensifying economic pressure on neighbouring North Korea in part out of fear of the instability that could mount on its doorstep and Trump has not found a way to break through Beijing’s old habits For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top Newss son kept 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