The UN security Council relied on Russia’s support for the American resolution on DPRK
The UN security Council are counting on the votes of Russia and China in support of distributed on the eve of the draft resolution on North Korea.
As told Reuters on condition of anonymity, a source in the Council, there is “high certainty” that Moscow and Beijing would vote for new sanctions against Pyongyang.
The draft prepared by the United States resolution involves a complete ban on the export from North Korea of iron and lead ores, coal, and seafood. It also assumes a prohibition on increasing the number of labor from the DPRK to other countries, the creation of and investments in joint ventures. In addition, Washington proposes to freeze all accounts of the Bank for foreign trade of the DPRK, and to prohibit the entry of ships under the flag of Korea to the ports of all countries.