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UN report: North Korea's nuclear program intact

in Spite of Representations about a nuclear disarmament of North Korea's Nuclear and missile program is apparently still intact. This is clear from an expert report to the UN security Council. Sanctions would be largely ineffective.

North Korea's nuclear and missile programmes, according to an assessment by UN experts to be intact. North Korea's use, among other civilian facilities such as airports, to ball, to assemble ballistic missiles, and to test, stated in a report to the UN security Council, several news agencies have been able to see. Thus, the leadership in Pyongyang wanted to prevent, that the missiles would be destroyed by air attacks in the United States.

"sanctions are largely ineffective"

the sanctions against The internationally-isolated country would be largely "ineffective", complain to the UN experts. So North Korea get more illegal Oil shipments, sell coal, and is in breach of the arms embargo. Among other things, the country's leadership attempts to deliver weapons to Syria, the Houthi rebels in Yemen, to Libya and Sudan. Financial sanctions are being poorly implemented and would massively circumvented.

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