North Korea UN Security Council Resolution.
Posted by QB on October 15, 2006
The US proposed North Korea sanctions resolution did not passed because of China and Russia has some very strong disagreement on this draft resolution. China’s U.N. ambassador Wang Guanya said Saturday that his government still carried reservations concerning the formalities of the resolution. He noted that the sanctions should be firm without further isolating N. Korea and pressuring another nuclear test.
Wang pointed to a provision allowing other nations to inspect cargo going in and out of N. Korea, stating that, “Once it comes into operation, it could easily lead, by one side or the other, to a provocation of conflict, which could have serious implications for the region.”
Russian officials have voiced similar concerns.
The statement coming out from Pakistan government is a real surprise because they too are against imposing sanctions on North Korea. Pakistan concerns are genuine that these sanctions will hurt the people of North Korea. Pakistan is opposed to any international sanctions against the country that would hurt its people. “We are not in favour of sanctions that would adversely affect the people of Korea,” Foreign Office Spokesperson Tasnim Aslam told Dawn newspaper in a report published yesterday .
Bush regime has no idea how to resolve these crisis diplomatically trying to do it their own Texan cowboy way. Israeli government use to much propaganda loudly in favor of sanctions and even invading courtries who are trying to acquire Nuclear technology without mentioning their own secret Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destructions.