Haley said that USA and China have been working on "a unified plan" on how to approach North Korea that would include stronger implementation of existing sanctions and tougher new sanctions.
According to experts, North Korea's latest missile test is the most significant advancement in the regime's nuclear weapons program to date.
He said North Korea would stage more nuclear and missile tests in order to ideal nuclear bombs needed to deal with U.S.
South Korean President also said that North's nuclear and missile capabilities seem to have advanced rapidly.
Speaking to reporters ahead of a closed-door UN Security Council meeting, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley made it clear that Washington would only communicate with North Korea if it halted the nuclear program.
Haley said the USA and China have been working on "a unified plan" on how to approach North Korea that would include stronger implementation of existing sanctions and tougher new sanctions. "Absolutely, sanctions is something that we are looking at and we are going to continue to see where that takes us".
"Japan and South Korea are the most important neighbors that share strategic interests", Abe told the envoy. Dubbed the Hwasong-12, the missile is thought to be capable of flight to a range of around 4,500 kilometers, putting it in the higher ranges of what the United States considers an "intermediate-range" capable system (with a range between 3,000 to 5,500 kilometers).
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North Korea claimed that the test proved that it had developed a missile with the capability to carry a "large-size heavy nuclear warhead".
Kim said the North would not abide by United Nations resolutions, which "lost their legitimacy, legality and impartiality", until the global community recognizes its right to "self-defensive measures" and the US ends its "provocative maneuvers".
South Korea's President Moon Jae-In (C) and cabinet members attend an emergency meeting of the National Security Council (NSC) at the presidential Blue House in Seoul on May 14, 2017.
North Korea's foreign ministry rejected the statement, saying it infringed on its right to self-defense, particularly as the missile was sacked at a sharp angle to ensure the safety of neighboring countries.
But while President Trump has hinted at a willingness to pursue peace with North Korea, a former unification policy advisor expressed skepticism about whether the President's statement would result in action. Those conditions do not provide much incentive for the North Koreans to try and have talks with the US.
That raised worries in Tokyo that the issue could again hinder ties, at a time when both countries are seeking unity to face the threat posed by North Korea's nuclear and missile development.
Trump has said "a major, major conflict" with North Korea was possible and all options were on the table but wanted to resolve the crisis diplomatically and peacefully, possibly through the use of economic sanctions.