The North Korean ambassador to the UN, Ja Song Nam, described the security council session as "a desperate measure plotted by the USA being terrified by the incredible might of our Republic that has successfully achieved the great historic cause of completing the state nuclear force".
North Korea may have just inadvertently revealed evidence of a long history of nuclear weapon production in the background of a news bulletin.
In response to Tillerson's remarks, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement to reporters late Tuesday that President Donald Trump's "views on North Korea have not changed".
But it renewed tests in November when it fired a new type of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM), the Hwasong-15, which flew higher and further than previous tests.
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But North Korea constantly refers to USA actions as "acts" or "declarations" of war, and usually follows those claims up with threats of war.
Japan, which organized Friday's meeting as rotating president of the Security Council for December, pushed for a pressure-first, dialogue-later approach. It was not immediately clear what USA proposal the agency was referring to.
The official explained that the Trump administration has consistently held that all talks with North Korea must wait until Pyongyang has fundamentally improved its attitude and that it will not repeat bad policies from the past.
Despite this, it is not the first time North Korea has "accidentally" gave away surprising information in the background of news reports.
Nebenzia also criticized unilateral sanctions against the North, which the USA has imposed, saying they hamper a political settlement, damage third parties, and hurt the civilian population.
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The Trump administration's lack of a consistent message toward North Korea has been criticized for plunging its allies into confusion as well as making North Korea doubt the US's willingness to negotiate.
Beijing hopes that the United States and North Korea "will work towards the shared goal and make a meaningful step towards dialogue and engagement", Lu said, adding that "China stands ready to continue to play a positive role in promoting the proper settlement of the relevant issue of the Korean Peninsula through peaceful means".
Kim Jong un has claimed North Korea can put miniaturised atomic bombs on missiles.
North Korea justifies its weapons programs as necessary defence against US plans to invade. The Security Council has ratcheted up sanctions on North Korea over its weapons programmes since 2006.
The U.N.'s political affairs chief, Jeffrey Feltman, returned over the weekend from talks in Pyongyang - the first visit by a high-ranking U.N. official since 2011.
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