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Question

How did the UN Security Council describe the actions of the North Koreans?


as aggression



as a police action



as a violation of the Potsdam agreement



as a Soviet-sponsored action

2 Answer

  • North Korea's actions represented exactly the kind of aggression that should have led the United Nations to a collective response. However, as a resolution by the UN Security Council could be vetoed by any of the five permanent members, including the Soviet Union, it seemed that UN action would be blocked.
  • Answer:

    a- aggression

    Explanation:

    plato test

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