Security Council resolutions ban North Korea from launches that utilize ballistic missile technology.
What does BMT stand for?
BMT stands for Ballistic Missile Technology
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Samples in periodicals archive:
On Jan 22, the UN Security Council condemned the DPRK's satellite launch last December, demanding the DPRK not proceed with any further launches using ballistic missile technology.
The DPRK's December 12 rocket launch also defies UN Security Council resolutions in 2006 and 2009 as well as the UNSC President's statement of April 16, 2012 which demanded North Korea not proceed with launches using ballistic missile technology.
Members of the Security Council recalled that in April 2012, they demanded that the DPRK not to proceed with any further launch with ballistic missile technology and also expressed the council's determination to take action accordingly in the event of the further DPRK launch," said the statement released at the end of the council's closed-door meeting over the DPRK's rocket launch.
A 2011 UN sanctions report said Tehran and Pyongyang were suspected of sharing ballistic missile technology.
North Korea said its launch was peaceful and designed to place a satellite into orbit, but the US charged that it was using the launch to develop ballistic missile technology.
The US, Russia, South Korea and Japan have all condemned the planned launch, saying it violates a UN ban on all North Korean launches using ballistic missile technology.
Iran denies major Western powers' charges that it seeks nuclear weapons under cover of its civilian space and atomic energy programs, while pursuing ballistic missile technology that could let it strike faraway targets.