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Friday, August 11, 2017

The UN security Council tightened sanctions against North Korea


The security Council of the United Nations on Saturday, August 5, unanimously voted for the draft resolution on the tightening of the penalty imposed against the Democratic people’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), according to Reuters.

The draft resolution was developed by the United States in response to two launches of Intercontinental ballistic missiles of the Armed forces of North Korea.

According to the document, the DPRK is prohibited export of coal, iron ore, iron ore, lead, lead ore, as well as seafood. In addition, member countries of the UN is prohibited to increase the number of workers from North Korea within the state and to invest in joint projects with North Korean organizations.

Also, in accordance with the resolution will be frozen accounts of the Bank for foreign trade of the DPRK.

The UN security Council also added nine individuals and four companies of the DPRK in the international black list of the UN.

Earlier, the President of the United States Donald trump said that he was disappointed by the inaction of China in terms of missile launches in North Korea.

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