Kremlin says new North Korea missile test a provocative act

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November 29, 2017 12:01
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MOSCOW - The latest test of a new North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile will provoke further tension in the region and moves all the sides involved further away from the point where a settlement of the crisis can begin, the Kremlin said on Wednesday.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told a conference call with reporters that Moscow hopes that all sides involved can stay calm, saying this was necessary to avoid a worst-case scenario on the Korean peninsula.

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