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Russian Foreign Ministry said that Sergei Lavrov and John Kerry continue coordinating approaches to finish work on the UN Security Council resolution on measures imposed against Pyongyang.

Russia, US Coordinate Approaches to UNSC Resolution on North Korea

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Russian Foreign Ministry said that Sergei Lavrov and John Kerry continue coordinating approaches to finish work on the UN Security Council resolution on measures imposed against Pyongyang.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and US State Secretary John Kerry continue coordinating approaches to finish work on the UN Security Council (UNSC) resolution on measures imposed against Pyongyang, Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

"Heads of the foreign services continued coordination of approaches to complete work on the UNSC resolution, on measures imposed against North Korea in response to the violation of the previous decisions," the statement published on the ministry's Facebook account said Sunday.

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  • jas
    Why doesn't everyone, Russia included, just leave North Korea alone. Let's get NATO to stop killing people and hiring murderers and rapists to rape/kill civilians of governments NATO doesn't like before we worry any more about NK?
  • jas
    And also, lift all sanctions on North Korea and let their people have better lives. Sanctions don't do anything except hurt civilians.
  • Is it because I am black?
    Poor North Koreans just fighting for their country's unity!
  • linebackerk
    What is happening in Korea is no different from what happened to Vietnam. Korea is first colonized by Japan and later on the US much like Vietnam's first France and later on the US. Both Korea and Vietnam were divided into north and south by the colonial powers (France and the US).

    North Korea has been trying to unify the country while the US has been trying to maintain its colony in south korea. That is where the problem starts much like Vietnam.

  • linebackerk
    North Korea has been living under the US sanction for the last 70 years and it won't make any difference. North Korea will do what they want to do and doesn't give rat's ass to what other countries do.
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