US requests UN to halt oil supply to North Korea

According to a US report sent to a US sanctions committee, North Korea has violated sanctions concerning the import of oil products to the country.

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The US has requested the UN Security Council to stop all deliveries of crude oil supplies to North Korea.

According to a US report, sent to a UN sanction committee, North Korea has exceeded the limits on the import of oil products.

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