UNITED NATIONS, US: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday asked the Security Council to take "proper activity" because of North Korea's fifth atomic test.
Boycott denounced the underground atomic test "in the most grounded conceivable terms," marking it "yet another bold rupture of the resolutions of the Security Council."
"I depend on the Security Council to stay joined together and make proper move. We should critically break this quickening winding of heightening," he told correspondents.
Boycott talked in front of a crisis meeting of the chamber asked for by the United States and Japan to examine Pyongyang's fifth and most capable atomic test to date.
North Korea's state media said the test, which came after a progression of ballistic rocket dispatches, had understood the nation's objective of having the capacity to fit a scaled down warhead on a rocket.
The impact at the Punggye-ri atomic site had a yield of 10 kilotons, as indicated by specialists.
The board has emphatically denounced North Korea's rocket dispatches and pledged not long ago to take "further noteworthy measures" against Pyongyang.
Japan is calling for new authorizes, yet China, Pyongyang's associate, has over and again focused on the need to dodge a heightening of pressures on the Korean landmass.
English Ambassador Matthew Rycroft said the chamber could choose to push for full usage of existing approvals against North Korea or include names of organizations and people to an assents boycott.
"There could be a taking care of and a fortifying of the approvals administration. Every one of those things are conceivable," he said.
North Korea has been hit by five arrangements of UN approvals since it initially tried an atomic gadget in 2006.
The committee in March embraced the hardest approvals determination to date focusing on North Korea's exchange minerals and fixing managing an account limitations, after Pyongyang completed its fourth atomic test.