TASS, 4 September. The United States will propose to the UN Security Council a draft resolution on tougher sanctions against the DPRK and intend to make it to the vote next Monday, September 11. This was stated on Monday by the U.S. permanent representative to the world organization for Nikki Haley.

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“We urge the Security Council to quickly resolve this issue. I think that North Korea is, simply put, gave a slap in the face to the entire international community, which asked her to stop [the nuclear test], so the United States will circulate a resolution, which we want to hold talks this week and vote on Monday,” said Haley.

September 3, Pyongyang announced the test of the hydrogen charge, which can be used as warheads for Intercontinental ballistic missiles .

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