U.S. steps up pressure on North Korea over planned missile launch

March 24, 2012ASIAA North Korea missile launch could send the missile over the Philippines, Indonesia and Australia. U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell is reported to have asked the three countries to condemn the launch. North Korea says the rocket will take a new southern trajectory instead of a previous route east over Japan. Japan is readying anti-missile defenses around the southern islands of Okinawa, which could be under the flight path. North Korea says the rocket is intended to put a satellite in space, but the U.S. and others say the launch is a cover for a long-range missile test – a potential delivery system for nuclear weapons. The launch is expected to dominate a security summit on Monday in the South Korean capital Seoul, which will be attended by U.S. President Barack Obama. Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald said Mr. Campbell had briefed Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr on Friday on the rocket’s southward trajectory. “If the missile test proceeds as North Korea has indicated, our judgment is that it will impact in an area roughly between Australia, Indonesia and the Philippines,” the paper quoted Mr. Campbell as saying. “We have never seen this trajectory before. We have weighed into each of these countries and asked them to make clear that such a test is provocative and this plan should be discontinued.” North Korea’s last rocket launch in 2009 triggered UN sanctions BBC Asia analyst Charles Scanlon says Pyongyang appears to be trying to soften the political impact of its planned rocket launch. It has chosen a new southerly route mainly over open sea, avoiding what is regarded as a more provocative easterly trajectory over the main Japanese island. North Korea’s state-run KCNA news agency said: “A safe flight orbit has been chosen so that carrier rocket debris to be generated during the flight would not have any impact on neighboring countries.” North Korea has shown a growing mastery of ballistic technology during its three previous long range tests. However, experts say that none has succeeded in reaching orbit, and debris has fallen to earth at various stages during the launches. –BBC
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6 Responses to U.S. steps up pressure on North Korea over planned missile launch

  1. Desmond says:

    Alvin why would the Australian gov be accusing the Korean’s that they are aiming the missile at us if they have a huge piece of the pacific ocean to test it across.


  2. Desmond says:

    Thank you, that would explain the concern and thank you for all that is done to keep God’s children “prepared not scared”


    • Thank you, Desmond. God bless, friend…



    • millicent says:

      This world is a beautiful place to live in, with all the wonders of nature, mystery and myth that surround us. The sun that rises and sets, the moon and the stars all of which Are a heavinly creation for us to enjoy, but what .. human nature is such that they are never satisfied with what they have they want more and more. HOW SAD!
      Can we not stop all this, war and hatred, revengue and anger, lets live the life we have in peace and lets build harmony and goodwill. LETS SPREAD PEACE AND LOVE.

      Wake up people …this life is not forever, so lets live it the way we should, PLEASE STOP BEING A BONE OF CONTENTION…………..STOP ALL THAT CAUSES ALARM TO MANKING……….PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  3. juan tamad says:

    who will protect the philippines??
    we know all that the philippines is lack of modern weapons to protect the country against s the North Korea missile


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