Dec 23, 2017

United Nations News Centre - Security Council further tightens sanctions against DPR Korea

The United Nations Security Council today imposed new sanctions on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), increasing the depth of measures imposed on the country in the wake of its continued nuclear and ballistic weapons programme, including the ballistic missile launch on 28 November.

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