US Secretary of state accuses Russia of sabotaging sanctions against the United States and strengthening surveillance of smuggling in the DPRK

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 US Secretary of state accuses Russia of sabotaging sanctions against the United States and strengthening surveillance of smuggling in the DPRK


Pompeio accused Russia of actively taking action to undermine international sanctions against North Korea, saying the implementation of these sanctions is essential to persuade Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear program, Reuters reported Thursday.

Russia is actively trying to undermine UN Security Council resolutions and the UN commission to assess compliance with sanctions, Pompeio told a State Council press conference. The work.

Reported that before Pompeio made the remarks, the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations Nicky Haley accused Moscow on the 13th of trying to cover up Russias violations of United Nations sanctions by forcing an independent report on sanctions violations to be revised.

Pompeio said he hoped the UN sanctions committee would publish the original document, which will show clear activities related to sanctions and sanctions violations.

He said: as always, the United States will continue to implement these resolutions of the Security Council. President Trump has been trying to convince Chairman Kim Jong-un that a complete and eventual denuclearization of the Korean peninsula is essential, and we believe that these resolutions are crucial to the Presidents efforts.

Pompeio also said the United States will have many dialogues with North Korea on how to effectively fulfill all the commitments made by Trump and Kim Jong-un at the June 12 summit.

According to the Associated Press on the 14th, the United States has asked for an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council on the 17th to deal with its so-called attempts to destroy and obstruct sanctions against North Korea.

Reported that the United States Mission to the United Nations 14, said that the meeting will discuss the implementation of the United Nations sanctions against the DPRK. The U.S. delegation did not name any countries, but the countrys Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Harry, on the 13th accused Russia of putting pressure on an independent United Nations panel of experts to revise a report on sanctions against the DPRK, which contains the so-called violations implicated with Russia.

Haley said the panel should issue the original report, which cited a substantial increase in illegal ship-to-ship transshipment of oil products to prove North Koreas violation of UN sanctions. The report said some of the products were allegedly unloaded from Russian ships, which were also identified in the report.

In addition, according to the Wall Street Journal website reported on the 14th, U.S. military officials said the United States is forming a multi-national coalition to greatly expand the scope of surveillance of ships smuggling fuel to North Korea in violation of United Nations sanctions.

Reported that the coalition means that after the Trump government launched extreme pressure sanctions, the international community is committed to monitoring ships. The extreme pressure action is aimed at forcing North Korea to abandon its nuclear program. US officials say that surveillance activities have so far been a variety of intelligence sharing. Reported that more than 50 people from the Allies will board the U. S. amphibious command ship Blue Ridge stationed in Yokosuka, Japan. In order to carry out the operation, a special area called the Executive Coordination Centre has been designated on board. The alliance will include Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the U.S. partner in the Five-Eye intelligence alliance, and Japan and South Korea. Officials say France will also send a small number of people. Alliance members will also contribute warships and military reconnaissance aircraft to better detect illegal freight. Ships confirmed to be smuggling goods to North Korea will be blacklisted by the United Nations Security Council, thereby prohibiting them from using the ports of any United Nations member state. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Luo Jiazhen _NBJS6445

Reported that more than 50 people from the Allies will board the U. S. amphibious command ship Blue Ridge stationed in Yokosuka, Japan. In order to carry out the operation, a special area called the Executive Coordination Centre has been designated on board.

The alliance will include Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the U.S. partner in the Five-Eye intelligence alliance, and Japan and South Korea. Officials say France will also send a small number of people.

Alliance members will also contribute warships and military reconnaissance aircraft to better detect illegal freight.

Ships confirmed to be smuggling goods to North Korea will be blacklisted by the United Nations Security Council, thereby prohibiting them from using the ports of any United Nations member state.