The United States and China agreed on a draft UN security Council resolution on expanding sanctions regime against the DPRK, the document can be put to a vote in the coming days, reports Reuters</u>.
In Washington hosted a meeting of the American Advisor to the President for national security Susan rice and chief of the Chinese foreign Minister Wang I. it was Officially stated that the parties insist on the need for a “unified international response” to provocative actions by the DPRK, reports RIA “Novosti”.
Speaking of resolutions against North Korea, the Reuters source said: “This is a significant, long, full project, which I hope will be adopted in the coming days.” AFP referring to the message the White house reports that the resolution would be “hard”, it will be declared the unacceptability of North Korea as a nuclear state.
Some of the other results of the talks between rice and foreign Minister of China said the official representative of the national security Council at the White house, ned Price. According to him, the meeting “reaffirmed the focus on the expansion of practical bilateral cooperation and solutions, and where possible, reduce contradictions”.
The two sides also discussed “matters Maritime”. It is noted that the participants “were joined by President Barack Obama, to emphasize their interest in building a long-lasting, constructive and productive U.S.-China relations.” “He stressed the importance of the upcoming March 31 – April 1 at the Washington nuclear security summit and noted that he would be glad to welcome Chapter XI Jinping and the Chinese delegation at the forum”, – said in the White house.
The UN Security Council began work on a new sanctions resolution against North Korea after Pyongyang’s Declaration of 6 January about the testing of the hydrogen bomb. A month later North Korea launched a ballistic missile artificial satellite. The authors of the resolution are the United States. Earlier it was reported that the approaches of the USA and one permanent member of the UN security Council – China, on this issue diverged.