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Donald Trump says no to new sanctions against north Korea

president of the united states Donald Trump tweeted on Friday that he ordered the u.s. treasury to withdraw the proposed sanctions against north Korea.

”the U.s. treasury department announced today that additional sanctions would be added to the sanctions already available against north Korea. I have today ordered that the sanctions are lifted,” wrote Trump.

White house press secretary Sarah Sanders rated at a press briefing, not penalties meant.

sanctions against two chinese carriers accused of helping north Korea to avoid existing sanctions, reports Reuters.

It was the first sanctions issued against north Korea since the summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un was aborted in February.

" north Korea wanted to have all the sanctions lifting, it didn't we. They were willing to give us some concessions, but not the one we wanted, " said Trump after the summit, but noted that he believed Kim Jong-Uns promise not to carry out the new rocket testing on and that it was not current with new sanctions against the country.

at the same time, back its staff from liaison offices between North and south Korea, which in the fall opened on the north Korean side of the truce between the countries.

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