Berlin summons N. Korea ambassador over missile test

Germany strongly condemns North Korea’s latest ballistic missile test, Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Wednesday. Gabriel added that he would summon North Korea’s ambassador, Reuters reported. Pyongyang “has again breached international law,” the minister said in a statement. “North Korea’s ruthless behavior poses a huge threat to international security.” Pyongyang said on Wednesday it successfully tested a new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that put the entire US mainland within range of its nuclear weapons.

China expressed “grave concern” on Wednesday after North Korea fired what appears to have been an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that landed close to Japan. Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told reporters that China hopes all parties act “cautiously to preserve peace and stability,”


Russia condemns North Kora missile launch

Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Wednesday described North Korea’s latest missile launch as provocative. Russia still does not see any reason for significant optimism in implementing the proposed “road map” for resolving the situation around North Korea, he added. Peskov expressed hope that other parties of the conflict will remain calm and will not worsen the situation. Russia and China earlier offered North Korea the option to declare a moratorium on nuclear tests and missile launches and suggested that South Korea and the US refrain from conducting exercises in the region, Sputnik said.


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Prime Minister Netanyahu Arrives in Nairobi

Prime Minister Netanyahu landed in Nairobi, Kenya, where he was welcomed by an honor guard.Prime Minister Netanyahu landed in Nairobi, Kenya, where he was welcomed by an honor guard.


EAM Sushma Swaraj leves for Russia

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday left for Sochi, Russia to participate in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Meeting.

The two day SCO summit will begin tomorrow and it is likely to discuss the regional security scenario besides several other issues.
n June, India along with Pakistan had become a full-fledged member of the grouping. On the sidelines of the summit, Ms. Swaraj will also have bilateral meetings with several leaders.

The External Affairs Minister will also attend the reception hosted by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

As a member of SCO, India is expected to have a bigger say in pressing for concerted action in dealing with terrorism as well as on issues relating to security and defence in the region.


India, Singapore agree to enhance security cooperation

India and Singapore have agreed to further deepen security cooperation to collectively tackle the threat of terrorism.


In a joint statement after bilateral talks with her Singaporean counterpart Dr Ng Eng Hen in New Delhi, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said, India and Singapore remain strongly committed to tackle transnational security threats.

On regional security, both Ministers reaffirmed the importance of maintaining maritime freedom of navigation and trade consistent with international law.

Both Ministers also discussed Singapore’s proposal to expand the Code of Unplanned Encounters at Sea to all ASEAN Defence Ministers’ Meeting ADMM-Plus countries as well as to establish guidelines for air encounters between military aircraft, to reduce the risk of miscalculations.

In his statement, Dr Ng Eng Hen said, not only Singapore will be comfortable with berthing of Indian naval ships but will also encourage Indian Navy to use Changi port more often.

Appreciating India’s leading role in the Indian Ocean Region, Dr Ng agreed to India’s proposal for continuous and institutionalised naval engagements in their shared maritime space, including establishing maritime exercises with like-minded regional and ASEAN partners.

The Singaporean Defence Minister expressed his appreciation for India’s offer of its test ranges and infrastructure to Singapore for the conduct of testing and evaluation for Reseach and Development projects.

Dr Ng also expressed his appreciation for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s acceptance as keynote speaker for the 2018 Shangri-La Dialogue to articulate India’s vision for a stable Indo-Pacific region.

Singapore and India have also made progress in defence industry cooperation, with the signing of the terms of reference for the Defence Industry Working Group in August this year.

Both Ministers agreed that it will facilitate greater collaboration in aerospace, electronics and other areas of mutual interest between the defence industries of both countries.

Earlier, Dr Ng Eng Hen was given Tri-Services Guard of Honour at South Block lawns.


Mayor of Altena, stabbed

Andreas Hollstein, mayor of the German town of Altena, survived a stabbing attack on Monday allegedly for holding a pro-refugee stance.

Hollstein, member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party, was stabbed in the neck in a kebab shop and was later shifted to the hospital for treatment, BBC report.

The assailant was taken into custody after the attack.

Merkel condemned the attack and said: “I am outraged by the knife attack on Mayor Andreas Hollstein, and very relieved that he is able to be back with his family. Thanks also to those who helped him.”

Immigration has became a divisive top in the country over the past years, with Angela Merkel at some occasions facing criticism from her own party for a liberal policy regarding refugees.


Saudi Prince Miteb bin Abdullah freed

Saudi authorities have freed Prince Miteb bin Abdullah, once seen as a contender to the throne, more than three weeks after he was detained in a sweeping royal purge.

Prince Miteb, a former National Guard chief, was among more than 200 high-profile political and business figures held on November 4 in what Saudi authorities dubbed an anti-corruption swoop.

He was released last night, a source close to the government inormed the news agency AFP. The prince was not reachable for comment.

Prince Miteb was one of the most politically influential royal detained in the crackdown, which swept up other royal family members, ministers and business tycoons.


North Korea, Launched ICBM , Hwasong-15 ballistic missile

North Korea on Wednesday said it has successfully tested a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile that can reach the whole of the continental United States.

State television claimed that Pyongyang had now achieved its mission of becoming a nuclear state.

State news agency KCNA said that the missile reached an altitude of 4,475 kilometers and flew 950 kilometers for 53 minutes.

It added that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who personally signed off on the launch, declared with pride that now his country have finally realised the great historic cause of completing the state nuclear force, the cause of building a rocket power.

KCNA said that as a responsible nuclear power and a peace-loving state, North Korea would make every possible effort to serve the noble purpose of defending peace and stability of the world.

It also said its weapons, meant as a defence against the US imperialists nuclear blackmail policy and would not pose any threat to any country as long as North Korean interests were not infringed upon.

The intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) , Hwasong-15, was launched early on Wednesday. It landed in Japanese waters but flew higher than any other missile the North has previously tested.

Many countries have strongly condemned the latest missile launch by North Korea. Reacting to the missile launch, US President Donald Trump pledged to “take care” of North Korea. He said at the White House that it is a situation that the US will handle.

Mr. Trump also spoke to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the phone. The White House said Trump and Abe have agreed that Pyongyang’s latest launch will further isolate the country from the international community.

Speaking to media Japanese Prime Minister, Abe said Japan and the United States have agreed to work with the international community to raise the pressure on North Korea to a maximum level.

In a statement South Korea said it strongly condemns North Korea for its continued escalation of tension with this reckless provocation that came in disregard of sincere efforts to relieve tension and build peace on the Korean Peninsula.

The European Union also issued a statement condemning the missile launch, saying it is a further unacceptable violation of North Korea’s obligations. Italy also condemned the missile launch.

Meanwhile, the UN Security Council is expected to meet in New York today to discuss responses to North Korea’s latest ballistic missile test. The emergency meeting has been requested by Japan, the United States and South Korea.


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