U.S. puts UN under pressure for a decision on North Korea
Washington will take punitive measures against trading partners of North Korea if the United Nations are not additional sanctions against the regime in Pyongyang announced.
The Minister of Finance, Steve Mnuchin said Wednesday that a presidential decree ready to be signed by president Donald Trump.
The United States want the UN North Korea sanctions for the nuclear tests the country has conducted. The Americans argue, inter alia, an oil boycott and a ban on the hiring of North Korean personnel outside that country. To further the financial interests of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to be frozen.
The American ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley wants the UN Security council on september 11, voting on a resolution containing new sanctions against North Korea in the life need to call.
U.S. claims that North Korea begs for war
North Korea tested Sunday a hydrogen bomb that for an earthquake with a strength of 6.3 made. The Asian country called it “a great success” and said that the test was an “important step” in the completion of the nuclear program.
North Korea claims that the h-bomb that has been tested, can be loaded on the new missiles that the country recently has developed. With that rockets would, among other goals in the United States can be achieved.
It was the sixth nuclear test of North Korea since 2006. Given the magnitude of the earthquake, it seems that it is going to be the heaviest nuclear test that North Korea has ever carried out.
Background: How real is the threat of a nuclear war with North Korea?