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US President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have agreed to enhance Seoul's

US President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have agreed to enhance Seoul's

At the press conference after the meeting with May, Abe said they had agreed to exert more pressure on North Korea and urged China to play a greater role in the dispute.

May is in Japan to soothe their fears, but the visit has been overshadowed by North Korea's missile test over north Japan.

Theresa May was speaking in Japan during a trade visit and called the most recent missile test over Japan "illegal and provocative".

"I welcome the fact that the United Nations Security Council has been united in its condemnation of the actions of North Korea".

Tokyo and London also pledged to work with the global community to strictly implement the United Nations Security Council's sanctions on North Korea with a view to bring about its denuclearization, according to the statement.

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The source said there had always been a close and friendly relationship between the United Kingdom and Japan but it has "gone up a level" after the visit.

Number 10 said the Prime Minister and her Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe will "explore" fresh sanctions against Kim Jong Un's regime in a second day of talks on Thursday. "People say all kinds of things whenever the situation on the Korean peninsula becomes tense", foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters in Beijing.

"It is not only a threat for Japan or Asia but it is a global threat", Abe said.

"We absolutely do not tolerate the nuclear and missile development by North Korea".

Last week, North Korea also threatened Britain with "a miserable end" for taking part in military exercises in South Korea. But Japanese officials on Tuesday shot down the UK's hopes for a quick trade agreement, saying said they were in no rush to enter negotiations with Britain, especially since it is now negotiating a free trade agreement with the EU.