North Korea's ambassador to the United Nations said Monday his country will continue to strengthen its "self-defensive" deterrent.
Kim Song told a general debate session of the First Committee of the U.N. General Assembly that Pyongyang would not concede "even an inch" when it comes to protecting its sovereignty.
He also claimed that military activities between South Korea and the United States are reaching a "dangerous level."
The ambassador mentioned Washington's termination of missile guidelines for Seoul.
Earlier this year, the U.S. lifted the guidelines barring South Korea from developing or possessing ballistic missiles with a maximum range greater than 800 kilometers.
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