North Korea ginpenahan sang UN

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Ginpapanaogan sang UN Security Council sang panibag-o nga mga sanctions ang North Korea.

Gin- ban sang UN ang textile exports kag ginlimitahan ang shipments sang oil products bilang penalidad sa Pyongyang bangod sang ika-anum kag pinakadaku sini nga nuclear test sang Sept. 3.

Ini nga resolusyon naggwa isa ka bulan matapos gin- ban man sang council ang export sang coal, lead kag seafood bangod sang paglunsar sang North Korea sang intercontinental ballistic missile.

Sunu kay US Ambassador Nikki Haley, ang nasambit nga tikang mensahe man sa Pyongyang “that the world will never accept a nuclear-armed North Korea,” pero gindugang niya posible gihapon ang peaceful resolution sa krisis.

“We are not looking for war. The North Korean regime has not yet passed the point of no-return,” siling pa ni Haley sa council kag gindugang: “If North Korea continues its dangerous path, we will continue with further pressure. The choice is theirs.”

Nahibaluan nga tion sang “tough negotiations,” gusto sang United States ( US) ang full oil embargo kag pag-freeze sang foreign assets ni North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un “but the resolution instead bans trade in textiles, cuts off natural gas shipments to North Korea, places a ceiling on deliveries of refined oil products and caps crude oil shipments at current levels.”

Ang resolution nagablock man sa mga pungsod sa pag-isyu sang bag-o nga work permits sa North Korean laborers nga ginadapadala abroad nga kapin 93,000, “providing Kim’s regime with a source of revenue to develop its missile and nuclear programs, according to a US official familiar with the negotiations.”

Sa kabug-osan naman, ikawalo na ini nga serye sang sanctions nga ginpapanaog sa North Korea humalin sang una ini nga nag- test sang nuclear device sadtong 2006.

Sa pihak nga bahin, sunu sa isa ka analyst ang bag- o nga sanctions indi makapalingkang sa nuclear program sa North Korea.

New sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council on North Korea will not slow Pyongyang’s, an analyst said Tuesday.

“It’s probably not gonna have an effect whatsoever on North Korea’s ability to resources, components that go into ballistic weapons, a lot of the stuff that North Korea does now behind its program is produced domestically,” siling ni North Korea Leadership Watch founder Michael Madden said.

Gindugang pa niya, “It might create problems or delays for those working abroad but it’s not gonna have a substantial effect on North Korea’s plans or what they will do with their strategic weapons.” (AFP)/ PB

Si North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (ikaduha halin sa wala) tion sang selebrasyon para sa nuclear scientists kag engineers nga naka-contribute sa hydrogen bomb test. (Reuters)/PB

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