brussels - The European Union convicted Japan's North Korean missile launch on Tuesday by EU Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini. 'We fully support the calls for a UN Security Council emergency meeting,' Mogherini said in a statement.
The European Union is looking for an appropriate response in close consultation with key partners and in line with UN Security Council deliberations. 'She said that the EU grants all support for future talks, but also warned of possible steps after the Security Council meeting.
The European Union has tightened the economic sanctions against North Korea on 10 August.
Russia is also late to hear from itself. North Korea must comply with UN Security Council resolutions. That said Russian minister Sergej Lavrov (Foreign Affairs) after Pyongyang fired a rocket flying over Japan's territory.
'Regarding the launch of North Korean missiles, we are holding resolutions of the United Nations, and we insist that the North Koreans who respect,' said Lavrov during a visit to the United Arab Emirates.
Deputy Minister Sergej Ryabkov also spoke to Pyongyang strictly, said press agency Interfax. The governor called Pyongyang to show restraint and refrain from further provocations. Ryabkov asked the United States and their allies to prevent military escalation.