North Korea still pursuing nuclear, missile programs: UN report

A confidential United Nations report reportedly
says that North Korea has not stopped its nuclear and missile programs and that it’s
working around international sanctions. According to Reuters, the report claims that
North Korea has continued to develop its nuclear and missile programs this year by massively
increasing illicit ship-to-ship transfers of coal and petroleum. It also says Pyongyang is cooperating militarily
with Syria, as well as trying to sell small arms and light weapons to Yemen and Libya. The document claimed that North Korea’s recent
activities have made financial sanctions ineffective. The report was submitted on Friday by a UN
panel of experts who hand over their findings on North Korea every six months to the Security
Council’s North Korea sanctions committee.

5 thoughts on “North Korea still pursuing nuclear, missile programs: UN report

  • Sanctions not work for NK? Thank you China! Trumpy is too stupid to know NK is still building nuclear missile. Kim should sell real estate to Trumpy.

  • Americans are among the dumbest people on the planet (YouTube: America The Dumbest Nation !!) while North Koreans are among the smartest people able to produce nuclear weapons and other advanced weaponry while under the heaviest sanctions ever. No wonder the US administrations get outsmarted time and time again. And the more the USA bullies other nations the more those nations are willing to bust sanctions just to cross the USA and frustrate their diktats.

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