UNITED NATIONS – The United Nations on Saturday expanded the target sanctions on North Korea after its repeated tests of Missiles, in the first US, China sanctions deal under Donald Trump.
The Trump administration has been pressing China for help US in action against North Korea, the officials of State warned North Korea that all the options are on the table if Pyongyang continues to launch its missiles.
In past, the policy of US was to slow down the missile tests carried out by the North Korean state; the Pyongyang would be capable of hitting the American state after the formation of the nuclear-tripped missile.
“The United States will continue to seek a peaceful, diplomatic resolution to this situation,” U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley told the council after the vote, as quoted by 92 News.
According to the U.N. blacklist – a global travel ban and asset freeze is a minimum sanction labeled on the criminal state.