How world capitals reacted over the North Korea Hydrogen Bomb test

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How world capitals reacted over the North Korea Hydrogen Bomb test

North Korea says it has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb, having unprecedented strength. 

It is North Korea's sixth nuclear test, which resulted in more powerful explosion than its previous tests.

Pyongyang claimed its leader has inspected a hydrogen bomb, meant for a new intercontinental ballistic missile.

Meanwhile, the fresh test by North Korea has drawn global condemnation.

Foreign Office spokesman, in a statement on Sunday urged North Korea to comply with the United Nations Security Council resolutions.

He asked all sides to refrain from provocative actions and display utmost restraint and return towards the path of peaceful negotiated settlement of the issue.

US President Donald Trump called the move very hostile and dangerous to the United States and also discussed the issue with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe by phone.

French President Emmanuel Macron urged the United Nations Security Council to react quickly and decisively in order to bring North Korea to the path of dialogue.

China urged its neighbor to stop wrong actions that worsen the situation.

Russian has called for calm and urged all sides involved to hold talks. Japan has called test extremely unforgivable.