On Tuesday, North Korea marched its drive for the United States to yield a lifted cargo ship that was of Pyongyang, cautioning Washington that it had outraged its supremacy in a transit that could affect "future advancements" amid the countries.
Kim Song continued a short news conversation at the United Nations in New York to oblige the quick arrival of the ship, which the United States said earlier this month it had grabbed over allegations it was used for coal freight in the destruction of U.S. and U.N. sanctions.
"The United States should ponder and study over the outcomes its violent act sway have on future progress.
Further, the United States obliged to pass our cargo ship without obstruction," said Kim. "We view it as part of our province where our supremacy is fully executed."
He added saying, the capture of the ship, known as the "Wise Honest," challenged the breath of a report by U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean chief Kim Jong Un after their initial meeting in Singapore in June 2018.
They vowed to establish new relations amid the countries and work toward North Korea's denuclearization.
Previously this month, the ship was grabbed and confiscated to American Samoa, as stated by the U.S. Justice Department. The ship was first confined by Indonesia in April 2018.
However, the second meeting amid Trump and Kim in Hanoi slashed down in the month of February.
With discussions on denuclearization postponed, North Korea went driving with more defense tests this month.
Once Trump denied his proposals for sanctions relief at the Hanoi summit, Kim Jong held for a protest.
"We are keenly observing the matter. The point of sanctions, the implementation of sanctions, the interpretation of sanctions, is certainly a concern for the U.N. Security Council to choose and to address," he said.