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12 Setiembre 2017

With backing from China and Russia, the council adopted a US-drafted sanctions resolution just one month after banning exports of coal, lead and seafood in response to North Korea's launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). The draft would also hit North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, his government, and the ruling Worker's Party, with sanctions. The U.N. Security Council will vote on the newly-proposed sanctions Monday evening, which are not heavily "watered down" according to multiple reports. "The choice is theirs".

A US official, familiar with the council negotiations and speaking on condition of anonymity, said North Korea imported some 4.5 million barrels of refined petroleum products annually and 4 million barrels of crude oil.

When asked if the changes would be enough to win over Russia and North Korean ally China, British UN Ambassador Matthew Rycroft said on Monday: "Yes". The U.N. only started hitting whole sectors of the North Korean economy last year, and textiles is the latest. "It if proves it can live in peace, the world will live in peace with it".

Celebrations were held in Pyongyang on Saturday to mark the success of the test and the 69th anniversary of the founding of North Korea where Kim Jong-Un said the nuclear test was a "great victory won by the Korean people at the cost of their blood", Efe reported.

Major United States allies in Asia have welcomed on the United Nations Security Council's unanimous vote to step up sanctions on North Korea, but Russian smugglers may dampen the impact of the measures.

The hearing will be attended by Susan Thornton, acting assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, and Marshall Billingslea, assistant secretary of the Treasury for terrorism and financial intelligence. If an agreement is reached between Washington, Moscow and Beijing, the future resolution is likely to include taken into account by the United States concerns Russian and chinese on this subject.

All members of the Board, exasperated by the attitude of north korea, want to reach an agreement and showed their readiness to negotiate, provide several diplomats.

U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley votes during a United Nations Security Council meeting on North Korea in New York City, U.S., September 11, 2017.

"This is money that North Korea will not be able to put towards its illegal nuclear and missile programmes", Mr Brownlee says.

Critics of a sanctions only approach say North Korea will not unilaterally disarm, no matter the amount of pressure applied, and that significant incentives and compromises must be offered to peacefully resolve the nuclear stand-off.

"The one factor working in favor of these sanctions being implemented is that the Chinese and Russians have to be fearful that the U.S. will impose its own sanctions on Chinese and Russian companies", he said.

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"The North Korean political system lacks full autonomy and basically serves as a puppet of the emerging eastern powers and Europe".