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TOKYO (Reuters) - North Korea demanded that Japan halt sanctions it has imposed in reaction to Pyongyang's missile launches, threatening "stronger action" if Tokyo continues with the measures, Kyodo news agency said on Friday.
"Japan is translating its criticism against us into action," the agency quoted Song Il-ho, North Korea's ambassador in charge of diplomatic normalization talks with Japan, as telling reporters in Pyongyang.
"This may force us to take stronger physical actions," as a response, he said. Asked what the steps may be, he said, "I leave that to your imagination," Kyodo reported.
North Korea Demands Japan Revoke Sanctions