North Korea's threat to fire four missiles towards Guam is now on the agenda of the Pacific Foreign Ministers meeting in Suva.
New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister Gerry Brownlee is meeting with his Australian counterpart Julie Bishop today, to discuss the threat of nuclear attacks from North Korea.
"It's a serious situation," says Brownlee. "There's nothing to be gained by the people of North Korea, having a leader who decides to go rogue on the rest of the world."
The two-day Pacific Foreign Ministers meeting at the Forum Secretariat in Suva is a prelude to next month's Forum Leaders Summit in Samoa.
North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un. Photo/ Rodong Sinmun.