UN Urged to Tighten Sanctions to North Korea Agreement Denuclearization

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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un shakes hands with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at an official meeting in Pyongyang (AP / The White House)

Southforward.com – The United States (US) is reported to have urged UN members to impose sanctions on North Korea (korut) tighter.

Reported from CNN, Saturday (21/07/2018) The request was said by US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo in a press statement.

He said that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un must immediately fulfill his promise to carry out the denuclearization process.

While Pompeo speaks generally of the need for countries to keep their promise to enforce sanctions, US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley immediately attacked Russia and China over efforts to block the US to increase pressure on Pyongyang.

Pompeo said he and President Donald Trump remain optimistic about the prospect of a denuclearization deal with Kim Jong-un.

Pompeo says that “It’s Very Easy”. He also mentioned that Kim Jong-Un was not just making an appointment with the United States, but also made a denuclearization pledge with South Korea (ROK).

“And that’s not me – that’s not my description of what needs to be done Chairman Kim makes an appointment Chairman Kim not only tells President Trump but (also to South Korean President) that he is ready for denuclearization The scope and scale are approved North Koreans understand what that means, there is no mistake about what the scope of denuclearization is, “he said.

To that end, he reminded that the process of denuclearization of North Korea must be done so that the security conditions on the Korean Peninsula is getting better.

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