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North Korea demands North Korea to implement 47 demands to lift sanctions

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North Korea demands North Korea to implement 47 demands to lift sanctions

Post by rocky on Mon 18 Jun 2018, 2:36 am

North Korea demands North Korea to implement 47 demands to lift sanctions

The United States has called on North Korea to implement 47 demands, including full nuclear disarmament, as conditions for lifting the sanctions, the Russian news agency TASS quoted Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono as saying.
According to the Japanese minister, US Secretary of State Michael Pompio told North Korea that the US side within the term "complete nuclear disarmament" removed all nuclear weapons and other types of weapons of mass destruction, as well as missiles and all related facilities.
"Forty-seven demands have been made for North Korea in this regard, and if Pyongyang does not fulfill all these demands during its full nuclear disarmament, sanctions will not be lifted on North Korea," Japanese Minister Taro Kono said in an interview with Tass on Saturday.
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un held a bilateral summit in Singapore on June 12, during which they signed a joint document that the US president described as "important, comprehensive and detailed" and capable of resolving "a big and serious problem."
 North Korean leader Kim Jong-un thanked US President Trump for the historic meeting and said the parties had decided to "leave the past behind." "The world will see big changes now," he said. Finished 2


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