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13 Setiembre 2017, 09:58 | Dolorita Barahona
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"We don't take pleasure in further strengthening sanctions today".
"We need to use every ounce of leverage.to put maximum pressure on this rogue regime", he told a hearing on North Korea.
The resolution is not as harsh as the United States wanted as it does not include an oilimport ban or worldwide asset freeze on the government and leader Kim Jong-un.
State Department and Treasury Department officials testified to the House Foreign Affairs Committee about the US pressure campaign against North Korea's rapid progress toward a nuclear weapon that could strike America. Haley has dismissed it as insulting.
"Committed to this stance, China will participate in the discussion in the Security Council in a responsible and constructive manner".
Chinese Ambassador Liu Jieyi again called for talks "sooner rather than later".
Britain's Telegraph newspaper is reporting that United Kingdom officials fear that Iran or Russian Federation may have helped North Korea's "sudden advancement" in the development of nuclear weapons.
Experts said that the fresh United Nations sanctions may not be sufficient enough to prod North Korea to change its behavior.
The U.S. Mission in NY has informed the Security Council it will seek a vote Monday on a draft resolution imposing additional sanctions on the regime, following its test last weekend of what it described as a missile-mountable hydrogen bomb. She said the US would continue to act to disrupt North Korea's illicit activities wherever they are located.
"It is dark and it's getting darker", Haley said.
On Wednesday, North Korea also called the sanctions a "heinous provocation aimed at depriving the DPRK of its legitimate right for self-defence and completely suffocating its state and people through full-scale economic blockade", according to a statement from the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA). Almost 80% went to China.
The US has circulated a draft resolution that would, aside from barring crude oil shipments to North Korea, ban the nation's exports of textiles and prohibit employment of its guest workers by other countries, according to a diplomat at the world body. The government described the move as its absolute rejection against North Korea's grave threat toward the world.
Instead, the level of crude oil is capped to the four million barrels it now receives from a Chinese pipeline, while deliveries of refined oil products are limited to 500,000 barrels for three months from October 1 and to two million barrels from January 1 for a period of 12 months. Its foreign ministry spokesman responded vaguely when asked at a press briefing late last week about the likelihood of China supporting an oil embargo against its neighbor. The North also fired ballistic missiles nine times since the Moon Jae-in administration came to power in South Korea.
"We are doing that by stopping its ability to fuel and fund its weapons program".
He has even suggested the United States should consider deploying nuclear weapons to the Korean Peninsula.
The proposal included a ban on oil and textile exports to North Korea and prohibited North Korean citizens from working overseas. "This ban will eventually starve the regime of an additional $500 million or more in annual revenues", Haley said. This resolution calls on countries to inspect ships if there are reasonable grounds for a search and only with consent.
Monday's expected vote is seen as a key test of resolve for the council, who united last month to adopt a resolution meant to reduce the impoverished country's export earnings by up to a billion dollars.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin warned China that if it did not follow through on the new sanctions, the United States would "put additional sanctions on them and prevent them from accessing the U.S. and global dollar system".
Last week, the South Korean military said the North was preparing for another missile launch, possibly an ICBM test.
Unidentified senior officials told the newspaper it was "not credible" that North Korea's scientists alone could have accomplished the nuclear advances.
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The ministry noted that in March North Korea was ordered to halve the number of diplomats at its Lima embassy, from six to three. China's United Nations ambassador, Liu Jieyi, called for a resumption of negotiations "sooner rather than later".
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And then China's ambassador at the time was on a Security Council trip to Africa, so he had to rush back to negotiate this. South Korea's Hyunmoo II ballistic missile is fired during an exercise at an undisclosed location in South Korea.