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China's U.N. envoy says 'imperative' Security Council ease sanctions on North Korea

Reuters Wednesday, 11 December 2019
China's U.N. Ambassador Zhang Jun said it is "imperative" that the United Nations Security Council ease sanctions on North Korea in a bid to support talks between Pyongyang and the United States and "head off a dramatic reversal" of the situation.
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