North Korea and Iran exchanged rocket plans

North Korea and Iran exchanged rocket plans

Pyŏngyang : North Korea | May 15, 2011 at 3:32 PM PDT
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The regime in Pyongyang, according to UN information in close cooperation with Iran. This was possible only thanks to a powerful ally.

Iran and North Korea are to assess the United Nations (UN) suspected to share their knowledge of the construction of missiles and thereby to circumvent the UN sanctions.

As diplomats at the headquarters of the UN in New York told, there is an expert report that using the regime of North Korea's dictator Kim Jong-il and Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad their national airline Air Koryo and Iran Air, to gain possession of the relevant information

The seven authors of the report are therefore concludes that the prohibited material "to an adjacent third country" is transferred.According to the diplomats are in this country to China, the closest ally of North Korea.

The New York Times reported that the leadership in Beijing trying to prevent the publication of the sensitivity report. A release can only take place if everyone says 15 members of the UN Security Council, China's UN veto power.

The Security Council has both against Iran and against communist North Korea sanctions, to force the two countries to disclose their controversial nuclear programs.

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North Korea and Iran exchanged rocket plans
North Korea's dictator Kim Jong-il is to rely on the help of China to operate with Iran to exchange information
nabeela2001 is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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