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United Nations expert says Kim Jong Un demand shows sanctions work

14 March 2019, 04:41 | Glen Norman

United Nations expert says Kim Jong Un demand shows sanctions work

Trump and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hold a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York U.S

His security policy adviser Moon Chung-in told the Kwanhun Club that the US was more responsible than North Korea for failing to secure any deals at last month's meeting, blaming Bolton, specifically, though he said both Trump and Kim shared the blame as well, as the official Yonhap News Agency reported Tuesday.

The Center for Strategic International Studies' Beyond Parallel last week published satellite images from March 6 and March 8 that shows new activity on a launch pad in northwestern North Korea consistent with preparations for a missile or satellite launch.

President Donald Trump's national security advisor, John Bolton, told ABC's Martha Raddatz on Sunday that he would not speculate about North Korea's seemingly revived missile program, despite evidence that it has been resurrected in violation of the previous understanding between Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

If confirmed, it would be the first time a North Korean leader has not run for its rubberstamp parliament.

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Critics say the North Korean election, with its total absence of electoral competition, is largely a political rite for enabling the authorities to claim a mandate from the people while reinforcing loyalty to the government and social unity.

Na said she borrowed the expression from "foreign wires", apparently referring to a Bloomberg report last September that described Moon as acting as Kim's "top spokesman" at the U.N. General Assembly.

In the interim, the official said, the administration's maximum pressure through sanctions policy will "be maintained and, if the president decides, the sanctions will be increased". It also said that the two countries agreed to continue "productive dialogues" to resolve issues discussed at the Hanoi summit. He said they are observable by satellite, can be tracked by maritime intelligence, and once they are identified "you can drill down to the brokers and the bank accounts".

The experts said a country, which they didn't identify, had informed them that Iran "was one of the two most lucrative markets" for North Korean military cooperation and that both the Korea Mining Development Trading Corp. and Green Pine Associated Corp. offices in the country "are active".

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After years of denial, North Korea admitted in 2002 that it had taken 13 Japanese civilians.

Trump and Kim's Vietnam meeting ended abruptly without a deal on North Korean denuclearisation in return for sanctions relief.

Trump and Kim's second meeting in Vietnam last month collapsed after North Korea rejected ambitious US proposals to discard its entire nuclear weapons and missile programs in exchange for the removal of all sanctions.

"Kim has been clear and consistent from his first meeting with (Chinese President) Xi (Jinping) in Beijing that North Korea wants to move forward in a 'phased synchronous process, '" said Manning.

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Biegun repeated the USA position that sanctions would not be lifted "until North Korea completes the process of denuclearisation".



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