Obama: U.S. will continue to put pressure on North Korea

U.S. continues pressure North Korea until such time as it will not change its own course. This was announced on Friday by President Barack Obama, commenting in an interview with the Hispanic television station "Telemundo" bad start Pyongyang's rocket "Ynha-3" ("Milky Way-3").

ITAR-TASS, the United States regarded the DPRK acts as yet another provocative action that threatens regional security, violates international law and contrary to her the duties.

"In principle, know what they are trying to launch a rocket for the past 10 years, and they seem, it is not very" — saw the head of the U.S. administration.

"We will continue to have on their pressure, and they — to isolate themselves (in the international arena) — until such time as they do not change course"- Added Obama.
On Friday, the UN Security Council noted that the North Korean rocket launch is a violation of UN Security Council resolutions 1874 and 1718 number. These two resolutions were adopted in 2006 and 2009 in response to a North Korean nuclear test.

North Korea conducted a satellite launch "Gaping Star-3" to commemorate the 100th anniversary of day or birthday of Kim Il Sung. Satellite was due to low Earth orbit transfer songs glorifying the founder of North Korea. But Friday the 13th, proved fatal for and rockets, and satellites. After a minute after liftoff satellite and rocket fell into the water yellowish sea.

We consider two main prerequisites rocket explosion: an explosion or undermining rocket motor with a failure in the control system, which caused the deviation of the rocket off course.

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