NEW YORK -- North Korea's ambassador to the United Nations, Ja Song Nam, is expected to attend a meeting of the Security Council on Friday, according to Japan's permanent mission to the world body.It is highly unusual for the North Korean regime to send a representative to the council's sessions. The North's nuclear and missile development programs are on the agenda for Friday's meeting, which is to be chaired by Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono.
NEW YORK -- The decision to send the U.N. undersecretary general for political affairs, Jeffrey Feltman, on a five-day trip to North Korea to pursue dialogue over tensions on the Korean peninsula was a "necessary step," and "our duty to do it," said U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to reporters on Friday. "We will do everything possible" to facilitate meaningful, open and constructive dialogue toward easing tension on the Korean Peninsula, the U.N. chief said.
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON -- The United Nations aims to draw Pyongyang back to the negotiating table by sending a high-ranking official to the reclusive state, but whether the visit will produce any concessions from North Korea remains unclear. Jeffrey Feltman, undersecretary-general for political affairs, traveled to Pyongyang in response to an invitation by the North for a policy dialogue with the U.N. He is expected to meet with officials including Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho.
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Selecting a term
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