Japan, France express concerns over North Korea's missile program
The Daily Guardian|January 22, 2022
DURING MEETING

Japan and France on Friday expressed serious concern over the progress in the North Korean nuclear and missile program and urged Pyongyang to take concrete steps to implement the provisions of the UN Security Council resolutions.

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