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Russia, China block UN Security Council from monitoring sanctions against US-led complaint accusing North Korea of violating fuel cap

Firstpost Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Russia and China have blocked the United Nations Security Council committee monitoring sanctions against North Korea from declaring that Pyongyang breached the annual limit for importing refined petroleum products
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