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07 September 2017, 01:42 | Antoinette Holland
A U.S. military chopper delivers a supply of goods to the THAAD base in Seongju North Gyeongsang Province on Sept. 2 2017
South Korea said on Monday it will temporarily deploy four remaining launchers for a U.S. THAAD missile defence system after the completion of an environmental assessment by the government.
Mr Moon had called for Moscow to support stronger sanctions against Pyongyang, which conducted its sixth nuclear test on Sunday in what it claimed was a detonation of a thermonuclear weapon built for intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of reaching the United States mainland.
But Russia and China are opposed to the show of strength by the US and South Korea.
When asked if Russian Federation may consider the deployment of its systems in response to this threat, Ryabkov stressed that "all options are on the table".
On Wednesday, several hundred protesters gathered near the site where the missiles are being moved to.
The Sunday nuclear test, which Pyongyang said involved a hydrogen bomb which can be mounted on an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), prompted US President Donald Trump to respond by saying that Washington was considering cutting trade with countries which do business with Pyongyang.
Two truck-mounted launchers and a powerful X-band radar are now in operation at the base.
Following North Korea's repeated provocations-including launching a missile over northern Japan last week and a sixth nuclear test on Sunday-Moon appeared significantly more comfortable with the presence of the USA system over South Korea's skies.
Meanwhile, North Korea shows no signs of ending its nuclear and ballistic missile tests, calling its recent nuclear test and other "self-defense" measures a "gift package" for the United States, warning that others are on the way if Washington continues its "reckless provocations".
Even before the Defense Ministry confirmed the deployment plan, China issued a strong protest Wednesday based on media speculation of the installation through Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang in Beijing.
The U.S. military is to add more launchers Thursday to a Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense battery that it began setting up in rural South Korea earlier this year.
Trucks carrying THAAD equipment head to the missile defense system's deployment site in Seongju, some 300 kilometers south of Seoul, on September 7, 2017. China has also been strongly against the deployment, arguing that the battery's presence undermines its security interests in the region.
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