Abe said the intention to discuss with Putin at the G20 the issue of the DPRK


© RIA Novosti / Mikhail Klimentyev

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters that intend on the sidelines of the G20 in Germany to ask the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and President XI Jinping to take a “more constructive” stance against North Korea in connection with rocket launches.

“North Korea again conducted another missile launch. The DPRK has ignored the warning of the world community and continues provocative actions. Tomorrow I fly to Hamburg at the summit of “twenty”, and we will have a trilateral meeting with U.S. President Donald trump and the President of South Korea, moon Jae Otherwise. Also, using the fact that the forum will be attended by many of the countries I intend to write to the Chinese President XI Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin that China and Russia took a more positive stance towards North Korea,” said Abe.

On Tuesday 09.39 (03.39 GMT), North Korea conducted a launch of a ballistic missile from the West coast in the sea of Japan. The flight lasted 40 minutes, the rocket landed in the exclusive economic zone of Japan. Information on the damage caused by Japanese air or naval vessels, yet.

Earlier, Deputy foreign Minister Igor Morgulov told RIA Novosti that Moscow has developed a roadmap to solve the DPRK and are ready to discuss it with partners. According to him, Moscow is promoting a similar initiative, acting “in coordination with the Chinese partners.”

The Ministry of foreign Affairs China welcomed the Russian proposal, saying China’s proposal of “double freeze” — the missile and nuclear experiments North Korea and us-South Korean military exercises and “parallel promotion” to the denuclearization and establishment of peace and security in the region coincide with road map.