Moscow, Beijing believe Pyongyang's actions fraught with political tensions

Moscow, Beijing believe that Pyongyang's actions blatantly violate UN security council resolutions, are fraught with military, political tensions mounting in region - Russian foreign ministry.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov and Chinese government's Special Representative on the Korean Peninsula Affairs Wu Dawei discussed in a telephone conversation on Friday the situation, which has emerged after North Korea's announcement about its nuclear test.

"It was noted that Pyongyang's actions blatantly violate the current UN Security Council resolutions and are fraught with military and political tensions mounting in the region," the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

"The sides underlined Russian and Chinese coinciding approaches in favor of a diplomatic settlement of the Korean Peninsula nuclear problem within the framework of a six-party negotiating process," the statement said.

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