China appears to push back on U.S. bid to choke North Korea coal exports

China appears to push back on U.S. bid to choke North Korea coal exports
 

China appears to have pushed back on a U.S. bid to close a U.N. loophole that allows North Korea to export coal for "livelihood purposes," saying the well-being of North Koreans is a priority in negotiations on possible new U.N. sanctions on Pyongyang.
Since North Korea's fifth and largest nuclear test four weeks ago, the United States and China, a close ally of North Korea, have been negotiating a new draft Security Council resolution to punish Pyongyang.
"We cannot really affect the well-being and the humanitarian needs of the people and also we need to urge various parties... read more

 
10 October 2016 in World News, Views: 35
Source: Reuters
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