Bulgaria has joined the long list of countries that have expressed concern over North Korea's missile launch on Wednesday.
"Bulgaria expresses its strong concern at the fact that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea openly ignored the calls by the international community and carried out the launching of a long-range rocket on December 12 2012," Bulgarian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Vesela Cherneva has said in a statement.
"This act demonstrates clear disregard for the international obligations of the DPRK, in particular United Nations Security Council resolutions 1718 and 1874 and seriously undermines the efforts to establish lasting peace and stability on the Korean peninsula," the statement goes....
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