UN Security Council to discuss North Korea's missile tests
The United Nations Security Council will discuss North Korean's missile tests at a meeting on Thursday according to the meeting's agenda published on the United Nations website.
Consultations will take place behind closed doors. The meeting's agenda includes nuclear non-proliferation and the North Korea issue.
On September 28, Pyongyang test-launched a new hypersonic missile called Hwasong-8. Earlier in the week, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said that North Korea had launched a short-range missile into the Sea of Japan. On September 15, Pyongyang launched two ballistic missiles in the same direction, which fell in Japan's exclusive economic zone.