Foreign Office minister Hugo Swire has welcomed the Security Council's unanimous approval of new sanctions against North Korea, warning that the country still poses a "real threat".
This Resolution expands the scope of existing sanctions on North Korea and includes tough new measures which will make it harder for it to pursue its illicit proliferation activities ...
North Korea’s development of its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes poses a real and increasing threat to regional and international peace and security.
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