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China vows to implement UN sanctions on DPRK


12-01-2016 20:17 BJT

China says it will firmly implement the newly-imposed sanctions on the DPRK, but has highlighted the possible adverse consequences for humanitarian needs.

"Resolution 2321 formulates new measures, showing the resolve of the Security Council, and also points out they must avoid creating adverse consequences for the DPRK civilian and humanitarian needs, and are not intended to create negative effects on normal trade. So we think that the resolution should have complete and balanced implementation," said Geng Shuang, spokesperson of Chinese Foreign Ministry.

The foreign ministry called on all sides to avoid actions which might worsen the situation. It also urged the resumption of the Six-party talks as early as possible, in order to reduce tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Meanwhile, the foreign ministry also voiced its clear opposition over South Korea's deployment of the THAAD anti-missile system, and urges relevant parties to immediately halt this process.

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