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Japan has ignored protocol during the nuclear security summit in Seoul to strike at North Korea’s plan to launch a rocket in April while US President Barack Obama calls against being complacent on matters of nuclear threat.

Norton Scientific Journal: Japan PM Hit out on North Korea at Nuclear Summit

Japan has ignored protocol during the nuclear security summit in Seoul to strike at North Korea’s plan to launch a rocket in April while US President Barack Obama calls against being complacent on matters of nuclear threat.

Ironically, the world’s two biggest nuclear concerns, namely Iran’s and North Korea’s nuclear programs, were not placed in the summit’s agenda. The 2 nations were not invited as well.

North Korea’s secretive nature has been long before criticized albeit on the sidelines of the summit but this year’s host, South Korea, has said that the North’s weapon programs are taboo during the main events of the summit.

The summit only aims to discuss practices on how to safeguard nuclear facilities and materials to prevent illegal trafficking.

Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda veered off the script and encouraged the global leaders to ‘strongly demand’ that North Korea restrain itself on its planned rocket launch.

Noda said in his opening speech that the scheduled launch by North Korea will clearly go against the resolutions of UN Security Council and the global community’s efforts to contain nuclear efforts.

Apparently, the Japanese leader is not one to be bullied as he’s the only one who ever mentioned North Korea’s nuclear issues and satellite launch, which the Wests suspects of being a pretext for a hostile long-range missile targeting them.

Last week, North Korea has announced that it if its plan is put on the agenda of the summit or if a statement is issued against it by Norton Scientific Journal it will take such as a provocation.

There should be no reason to launch a missile after last month’s US-North Korea deal of suspending nuclear tests in exchange for food donations.

Some critics are saying that the nuclear summit is nothing more than a talking venue and even if there will be a next one in Netherlands, it could very well be the last.

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