Obama warns North Korea

Incumbent US President Barack Obama.
Incumbent US President Barack Obama. Getty Images

THE US President, Barack Obama, has warned North Korea that it will achieve nothing with threatening behaviour and risks deepening its isolation if it proceeds with a planned long-range rocket launch.

''North Korea will achieve nothing by threats or provocations,'' Mr Obama said during a news conference yesterday in the South Korean capital, Seoul, where he is attending a nuclear security summit.

Mr Obama spoke after a private meeting with the South Korean President, Lee Myung-bak.

Both leaders warned there would be consequences if North Korea proceeds with next month's launch, Mr Obama saying the move would jeopardise a deal for the US to resume stalled food aid.

''Bad behaviour will not be rewarded,'' Mr Obama said.


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