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UN, November 9 — Company from Russia, engaged in non-profit and humanitarian activities in the DPRK, because of the sanctions of the UN security Council cannot operate normally, said the press-Secretary of the permanent mission to the UN Feodor Strzygowski.
On Thursday the UN security Council held closed consultations of the UN on the situation on the Korean Peninsula. According to their results, U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said that Russia wants to remove restrictions on banking operations in the DPRK, “but we do not allow”.
“Can’t function in the DPRK, the Russian companies which carry out non-commercial or purely humanitarian, not falling under the sanctions regime,” — said Strzygowski.