South Korea faces "final destruction" if Seoul and its allies continue to push for tougher UN resolutions against North Korea's nuclear programme, Pyongyang warned Tuesday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (fourth right) and senior officials from his party, government and army posing before statues of late leaders in Pyongyang, in a photo taken by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on February 16, 2013. South Korea faces "final destruction" if it continues to push for tougher UN resolutions over N. Korea's nuclear programme, Pyongyang warned Tuesday.
"We have never recognised the propagandist resolutions on sanctions by the UN Security Council," North Korean envoy Jon Yong Ryong told a session of the UN Conference on Disarmament.
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