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China reiterates opposition to new UN sanctions before vote

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China's U.N. Ambassador Zhang Jun calls instead for the United States to take “meaningful, practical actions” He would not say whether China would abstain or veto the resolution when the Security Council votes on Thursday. The resolution would reduce exports of crude oil to North Korea from 4 million barrels a year to 3 million barrels.
1 month ago·Beijing, China

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China Reiterates Opposition to New UN Sanctions Against North Korea Before Vote

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China reiterates opposition to new UN sanctions before vote

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China reiterates opposition to new UN sanctions before vote

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1 month ago·Washington, United States
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China reiterates opposition to new UN sanctions before vote

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1 month ago·Tacoma, United States
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China reiterates opposition to new UN sanctions before vote

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