European Union Foreign Ministers showed increased concern over the situation on the Korean Peninsula Today as they were arriving for a Regular meeting in Brussels.

A political solution, and ‘for sure not a Military’ one is needed, EU Foreign Affairs Chief Federica Mogherini said, in response to heightened Tensions between the two Koreas.

North Korean Missile Testing is Worrying Powers in the Region including China.

Britain’s Boris Johnson said he hoped the North Koreans “See Sense”, and wanted China to be pressured to exert its influence over the Isolated Nation.

The Mediterranean Migration route from Libya, and the situation for Migrants in the Country is also high on the Ministers’ Agenda.

Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz called for the end of Turkey’s EU Accession talks, stating he believed other member states are increasingly coming to the same conclusion.

This comes following Turkish President Erdogan saying in recent days that he would be Happy to sign any Law to reinstate the Death penalty in the country, a measure explicitly banned to all EU