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U.S. says now not the time for U.N. to consider lifting North Korea sanctions

Reuters Monday, 16 December 2019
The U.N. Security Council should not be considering "premature sanctions relief" for North Korea as it is "threatening to conduct an escalated provocation, refusing to meet to discuss denuclearization," a State Department official said on Monday.
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