Experts have estimated the value of minerals in the DPRK

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Experts have estimated the potential value of undeveloped mineral resources in the DPRK 2.79 trillion. About it reports South Korean Agency Yonhap, citing a report from the mining company Korea Resources.

Analysts estimate that in North Korea is 14 times more resources than South Korea. Their development involved 38 companies, 33 of which China also signed contracts with companies from Japan, France and Switzerland. Seoul refused to conduct business with Pyongyang in 2010 after a torpedo attack by North Korean troops of the Corvette Cheonan. Then killed 50 South Koreans, including two civilians.

8 August, North Korea threatened to go on “physical actions” in response to the adoption by the UN security Council against new sanctions. After that, the Pentagon chief James Mattis threatened North Korea “with the death of the regime and the destruction of the people”. Trump, speaking to supporters in Alabama, said that will deal with North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, whom he contemptuously called “little missile”.

The UN security Council had adopted against North Korea a number of sanctions for conducting nuclear and missile tests.