"The exchange of threats is quite bad, unacceptable", Sergei Lavrov told reporters at a news conference".
Lavrov added that a collapse of the Iran nuclear deal would give North Korea little incentive to drop its nuclear program in return for sanctions relief.
The splinter conservative Bareun Party also urged the Moon government to take a hard-line approach to North Korea.
"This event occurred in the area of the previous North Korean Nuclear tests".
And it's possible that North Korea is able to undermine them.
Trump said the new executive order "significantly expands our authority to target individual companies, financial institutions, that finance and facilitate trade with North Korea" and "will cut off sources of revenue that fund North Korea's efforts to develop the deadliest weapons known to humankind".
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Saturday's detection comes at a time of rising tensions between the United States and North Korea, with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump engaging in an escalating war of words.
The measure could force Chinese banks or Russian importers to decide between doing business with North Korea or being blacklisted by the United States.
Touching on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's threat to launch highest-level countermeasures, in particular, Kang said such a remark would only deepen North Korea's isolation and called on the North to immediately come to the path of dialogue.
The U.N. sanctions were a response to North Korea's sixth nuclear test, which experts said was its biggest by far, earlier this month. He warned the nuclear issue had to be managed stably so that "accidental military clashes will not destroy peace".
China's move to halt North Korean coal imports in February and its decision to stop selling fuel have crimped Pyongyang's ability to raise hard currency through exports.
In Geneva, North Korea told a United Nations rights panel sanctions would endanger the country's children.