"At the current stage we see no problem in dissemination of the report in the UN Security Council," Strzhizhovskiy said. He pointed out that the group of experts had taken into account the changes proposed by the Russian mission.
"The situation around the report has once again demonstrated the importance of cooperation between the group of experts and the UN member states," Strzhizhovskiy added.
On Wednesday, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov said at the Eastern Economic Forum that Moscow would further seek easing of anti-Pyongyang restrictions at the UN Security Council.
"As North Korea takes steps on denuclearization, we believe that the UN Security Council has the authority and should address the issue of adequate easing of the sanctions regime on North Korea. We will raise this issue assuming that north Korea will also take required steps," Morgulov said.
North Korea has faced several rounds of sanctions over its nuclear and ballistic missile tests, conducted in violation of the UNSC resolutions. In response to these activities, in August 2017, the UN Security Council imposed sanctions on Pyongyang targeting exports of coal, iron ore, lead and seafood from the Asian nation to UN member states. In December, new sanctions against North Korea were imposed over the country's continuing missile tests.
However, In three months since the Singapore summit, Pyongyang has reportedly taken steps to conceal its nuclear program.
According to the US-based media, US intelligence believes North Korea has capability to produce five to eight nuclear weapons in 2018, and the pace is unchanged from the assessment made prior to the summit.