SINGAPORE — A U.S. military commander says his nation is keeping a close watch on North Korea following reported train at a rocket launch site there.
The head of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, Admiral Phil Davidson, says he is working with nations along with South Korea, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and France to implement sanctions in the direction of North Korea at sea.
He says maritime patrol aircraft and ships are ready for any sanctions breaches by methods like ship-to-ship transfers.
Davidson was speaking to reporters Thursday in Singapore.
Davidson took command of spherical 380,000 civilian and armed forces personnel inside the space last April.