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Russia imposed sanctions against North Korea

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Vladimir Putin signed a decree introducing additional sanctions against the DPRK in pursuance of the UN Security Council resolution of 7 in March of 2013. As Interfax reports, in this connection any deliveries of products to North Korea or from the country are prohibited if such goods contribute to the implementation of the nuclear program.


Moscow imposed restrictions on Pyongyang in accordance with the law “On Special Economic Measures”.

By presidential decree "direct or indirect delivery, sale or transfer (through the territory of the Russian Federation, or by citizens of the Russian Federation, or using ships and aircraft under the flag of the Russian Federation and regardless of their country of origin) of any products to the DPRK or from the DPRK, or citizens of the DPRK is prohibited or by individuals and legal entities acting on their behalf, if the Russian Federation determines that such products may contribute to the implementation of the DPRK nuclear program or its ballistic missile program. ”

In accordance with the sanctions imposed, there will be “inspection of cargoes on the territory of the Russian Federation or following transit through the Russian territory, the state of origin of which is the DPRK or that are intended for the DPRK, if the Russian Federation has information that gives reasonable grounds to believe that these goods contain products with respect to the delivery, the sale and transfer of which the ban was imposed. ”

The decree of the Russian president is addressed to "all government agencies, industrial, commercial, financial, transport and other enterprises, banks, organizations, other legal entities and individuals under the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation."
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  1. svp67
    svp67 3 December 2013 11: 55
    +5
    As Interfax reports, in this connection any deliveries of products to North Korea or from the country are prohibited if such goods contribute to the implementation of the nuclear program.
    Apparently there is such a decision, there would be a benefit ... first of all for Russia.
    1. queen
      queen 3 December 2013 12: 00
      +8
      Quote: svp67
      would be useful ... primarily for Russia

      For Russia or the ruling clan ??? North Korea, as a simple layman, hasn’t done anything bad to me, but where the dog is buried, history will tell.
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 12: 34
        14
        Quote: regin
        For Russia or the ruling clan ??? North Korea didn’t do anything bad to me as a simple layman,

        It is for Russia! This scumbag is right next to me and I don’t like it. You sit do not understand where, for thousands of kilometers and reason.
        1. Tersky
          Tersky 3 December 2013 13: 28
          15
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          This scumbag is at my side and I don't like it.

          Sasha, the most important thing is to smile more often, and everything will be in openwork, laughing laughing ....
          1. predator.3
            predator.3 3 December 2013 14: 10
            +3
            ... from a mortar!
        2. tilovaykrisa
          tilovaykrisa 3 December 2013 13: 30
          +9
          Come on, the "scumbag" would have been like that, in fact, would have been a nuclear galosh on the "South" for a long time, he just has such a harsh image, but it is hereditary.
        3. Deniska
          Deniska 3 December 2013 16: 22
          +7
          For fun! What did he do to you and why do you consider him a scumbag?
        4. zart_arn
          zart_arn 3 December 2013 16: 39
          +9
          Much has been said, but I just feel sorry for the North Korean people - the poor fellow have been suffering for 60 years now, then the war, then famine, then repression, then the quackers of ukin’s and irs. Agree, few of us would wish ourselves such a life.
          1. alexdol
            alexdol 4 December 2013 11: 37
            +1
            zart_arn RU ", but I just feel sorry for the North Korean people - they have been suffering, poor fellows, for 60 years already,"
            -------------------------------------------------- -----------
            You know, I also feel sorry for the North Korean people, but even more, much more, I feel sorry for my RUSSIAN PEOPLE! Even today, the article "Long-term strategy for the destruction of the Russian people" is posted on the same site, read it, there you will find my commentary .. ...
            And with Deniska (1) RU "For fun! What did he do to you and why do you consider him a scumbag?" I totally agree! Here, not far from us, there is a REALLY FOOTBALL having YAO - ISRAEL, but for some reason they rarely remember him ...
      2. Yura
        Yura 3 December 2013 12: 49
        +7
        Quote: regin
        but where the dog is buried, history will tell.

        Yes, it is not buried anywhere, eaten for a long time. laughing It’s just that the DPRK now may turn out to be a transit for the pipe and the railway, and its position is what the projects will turn out to be, empty chatter or a real embodiment. hi
        1. DEfindER
          DEfindER 3 December 2013 13: 03
          +6
          Quote: Jura
          It’s just that the DPRK now may turn out to be a transit for the pipe and the railway, and its position is what the projects will turn out to be, empty chatter or a real embodiment.

          That's for sure, if we want to enter the Asia-Pacific markets through South Korea, then we just need DPRK for transit. In general, it would not be a bad thing to strengthen their army as opposed to strengthening the amers in this region, how can you completely ignore the DPRK, when you can simply maintain the good traditions of military cooperation left over from the times of the Union and have such a powerful ally in the region!
          1. queen
            queen 3 December 2013 13: 15
            +1
            + ... and this is a new generation ... my daughter thinks more logically)))
          2. Papakiko
            Papakiko 3 December 2013 16: 34
            +2
            Quote: DEfindER
            if we want to enter the Asia-Pacific markets through South Korea, then we just need DPRK for transit.

            And what walrus we need to drag it through TWO gaskets?
            To then pump or fill in the Hanguk ports?
            Maybe everything is easier from the ports of Vanino, Sovetskaya Gavan, Nakhodka, Vladivostok and theoretically Plastun to deliver or SevMorPut ?!
      3. S-200
        S-200 3 December 2013 12: 55
        +8
        Quote: regin
        North Korea did not do anything bad to me as a simple layman, but history will show where the dog is buried.

        as history shows ...
        Wherever you bury a dog ... in North Korea, it will certainly be found and EATED ! wassat
      4. PSih2097
        PSih2097 3 December 2013 13: 27
        +4
        Quote: regin
        but where the dog is buried, history will tell.

        The dog is eaten, but what remains is buried ...
    2. Nevsky_ZU
      Nevsky_ZU 3 December 2013 12: 00
      +3
      Quote: svp67
      As Interfax reports, in this connection any deliveries of products to North Korea or from the country are prohibited if such goods contribute to the implementation of the nuclear program.
      Apparently there is such a decision, there would be a benefit ... first of all for Russia.


      In exchange for the US leaving Ukraine alone?
      1. queen
        queen 3 December 2013 12: 55
        +1
        Quote: Nevsky_ZU
        In exchange for the US leaving Ukraine alone?

        A lot of relatives and a related story ... I don’t think that normal Ukrainians will do it. Forgive me, but this is a matter of price.
    3. MIKHAN
      MIKHAN 3 December 2013 18: 10
      +4
      I think right! The DPRK is too impudent .. And Russia doesn’t need slaughter at the border .. They fought there just now .. (there are no dead bodies there in the heap .. Chinese Koreans .. from both sides) The only plus of the USSR was their fighters experienced well, and the USA too .. And that's all the rest is a typical meat grinder .. For Japanese, Chinese, Koreans, life has always been low valued .. If mum mates will not worry! They will be watered from all kinds and cut regardless of losses .. God forbid ..!
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 3 December 2013 20: 19
        +1
        Quote: MIKHAN
        I think right! DPRK too impudent ..

        What does the sanction for the DPRK nuclear program have to do with it?
        I would understand if they were only at the beginning of their journey to the nuclear bomb. And as far as they know, they already possess it.
        1. MIKHAN
          MIKHAN 3 December 2013 21: 33
          +2
          Quote: APASUS
          What does the sanction for the DPRK nuclear program have to do with it?
          I would understand if they were only at the beginning of their journey to the nuclear bomb. And as far as they know, they already possess it.

          They supposedly possess .. only if they try to apply, they will be the same to clap (only on our borders ..) Only Russia can tame the DPRK! (Something young has dispersed there .. (they have a dirty bomb there ... and missiles the same ones ..) they’ll launch it! near their shores and bring them down .. (and then they will add it) the Japs have already spoiled the water area .. now these morons are mating .. That's all.! (Farewell to the Far East with its natural resources ..)
  2. Christian
    Christian 3 December 2013 11: 56
    -15 qualifying.
    With these actions, Putin reaffirms his pro-Western liberal, pro-American identity. After all, there is no more ardent enemy of the United States on the planet than the DPRK.
    1. atalef
      atalef 3 December 2013 12: 08
      +8
      Quote: Christian
      After all, there is no more ardent enemy of the United States on the planet than the DPRK.

      elephant and pug
      1. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 3 December 2013 12: 09
        +6
        Quote: atalef
        elephant and pug

        Hi Sanya. hi At this pug, China looms behind. hi
        1. Hon
          Hon 3 December 2013 20: 38
          +2
          then why didn’t China block this resolution?
      2. nerd.su
        nerd.su 4 December 2013 09: 00
        +1
        Quote: atalef
        elephant and pug

        Rather, a cow shepherd and a hornet that has been brewed from beer. It’s not difficult to slam the hornet, but now it will have time to bite - the bite site will be long and not slightly sick. And if he bites his neck, then generally a kayuk.
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 12: 36
      +7
      Quote: Christian
      After all, there is no more ardent enemy of the United States on the planet than the DPRK.

      North Korea itself is an enemy in the first place. Or you need a reason to put up a Putinan harkanut, well, that’s not the topic. Like the DPRK, go there and savor the sun-like clown.
      1. queen
        queen 3 December 2013 13: 23
        0
        and who is Putin?
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 14: 11
          +2
          Quote: regin
          and who is Putin?

          I know who Putin is, but I’m starting to guess who regin is.
      2. alone
        alone 3 December 2013 22: 17
        +2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        .Likes DPRK, also go there and savor the sun-like clown.


        I'll see how he speaks when they shoot him from a mortar)) laughing

        Even the most ardent atheist begins to remember God when a mortar shell whistles over his head am
      3. nerd.su
        nerd.su 4 December 2013 09: 05
        +1
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Like the DPRK, also go there and savor the sun-like clown.

        Yes, only tickets to the Far East need so much money, if you are not lucky, it is better to fly to Thailand. But you live close there, have you been? Or judge by the media?
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 4 December 2013 09: 09
          +1
          Quote: bot.su
          . But you live close there, have you been? Or judge by the media?

          He was in 2002, drunk drunk, but there were pluses, for the first time in his life he felt himself a very rich man wassat
          1. nerd.su
            nerd.su 4 December 2013 09: 14
            +1
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            , drunk drifted, but there were pluses, for the first time in my life I felt myself a very rich man


            Well then, you understand how Finnish tourists feel when they arrive in St. Petersburg laughing
    3. Yura
      Yura 3 December 2013 12: 36
      +5
      Quote: Christian
      After all, there is no more ardent enemy of the United States on the planet than the DPRK.

      Of course, Putin has nothing more to do but look back at the relationship between the United States and the DPRK, I think the message is completely different, our president recently was in South Korea where plans for the development of economic relations were discussed, some of them (pipe, railroad) will not do without the participation of the DPRK or depend whether North Korea will counteract these projects or help and participate in them. So these actions of our president as one of the arguments that the DPRK would be more accommodating, as I see this situation.
      1. queen
        queen 3 December 2013 13: 33
        0
        Quote: Jura
        of them (pipe

        so for their like a cash cow ... two counters .... here it is folk))))
      2. nerd.su
        nerd.su 4 December 2013 09: 11
        +1
        Quote: Jura
        depend on whether North Korea will counteract these projects or help and participate in them. So these actions of our president are one of the arguments that North Korea would be more accommodating


        Rather, after the negotiations it became clear that there would be no pipes and roads, and none of the Korean sides were taking any practical steps in this direction. Therefore, Russia, which stands for international law and imposes sanctions. And there would be chances for the construction of these facilities, we would not be so much for international law ...
    4. DEfindER
      DEfindER 3 December 2013 13: 05
      +5
      Quote: Christian
      After all, there is no more ardent enemy of the United States on the planet than the DPRK.

      This is the only remaining country in the world, independent of Amer’s capital ..
      1. Valery Neonov
        Valery Neonov 3 December 2013 13: 16
        +2
        Like no one, North Korea is dependent on American capital as well. Remember all their show-off about nuclear strikes, the outbreak of hostilities against South Korea .. and after that ... "humanitarian aid."

        The Pentagon announced that the freeze on food supplies is related to Pyongyang's intention to launch the Eunha-3 heavy rocket (Milky Way see http://lenta.ru/news/2012/03/28/aid/ ").-Although old infa, but ... and notice who "stated". hi
      2. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 14: 13
        +3
        Quote: DEfindER
        independent of amer capital ..

        There is no capital at all, they survive due to humanitarian aid, including from the enemy of South Korea.
    5. queen
      queen 3 December 2013 13: 18
      -4
      you can’t negotiate with the bandits ... but not everything is so bad with China.
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 14: 14
        +4
        Quote: regin
        you can’t negotiate with the bandits ...

        It is not possible to agree with Kim in principle.
        1. Yura
          Yura 3 December 2013 14: 30
          +2
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          It is not possible to agree with Kim in principle.

          Plus! This can only be forced. And as long as he is in power, he should always see a puddle weight above him, which he can flip at any moment.
  3. svp67
    svp67 3 December 2013 12: 01
    +3
    Quote: Christian
    With these actions, Putin reaffirms his pro-Western liberal, pro-American identity. After all, there is no more ardent enemy of the United States on the planet than the DPRK.

    Which, except to "brand", can do nothing more, the main and ardent enemy for the United States now is China ... But the DPRK with its explosions really threatens our Far East ...
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 12: 36
      +3
      Quote: svp67
      But the DPRK with its explosions really threatens our Far East ...

      Shkolota minus laughing
    2. DEfindER
      DEfindER 3 December 2013 13: 14
      +2
      Quote: svp67
      But the DPRK with its explosions really threatens our Far East ...

      What are you? Do you think they will ever forget what the Union did for them? How he helped to defend his independence under American aggression, though not the whole country was preserved but only the north, but the Union was still weak, it was better with Vietnam .. Firstly, Koreans are very peaceful people, they never attacked anyone, and secondly if and to assume such an inconceivable as aggression by the DPRK, then certainly they will not attack their saviors!
      1. user1212
        user1212 3 December 2013 14: 12
        +3
        Whom the party orders, they will attack it. Without any sentiment
        1. queen
          queen 3 December 2013 14: 17
          +2
          Quote: user1212
          Whom the party will order

          Only the People’s Party ... and not the rabble of the emerging elite with us ....
          1. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 14: 25
            +2
            Quote: regin
            Only party PEOPLE ..

            Yeah, MEMBERS are watching American pogd, and people are being shot for watching South Korean channels wassat Pure PEOPLE'S PARTY fool
          2. user1212
            user1212 3 December 2013 14: 30
            +1
            What are you talking about? I'm talking about the Korean ruling party. What does our "elite" have to do with it?
          3. S-200
            S-200 3 December 2013 14: 32
            +2
            the North Koreans have the imperial dynasty of Kimov with all the medieval attributes of power!
            the words "comrade", "party", "socialism" ... ARE NOT defining the slave system
            there are the same disenfranchised slaves, subordinate only to the will of Kim ..
        2. T80UM1
          T80UM1 3 December 2013 15: 04
          0
          for example in Russia ... one FIG has nothing to lose
      2. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 14: 18
        +4
        Quote: DEfindER
        Do you think they will ever forget what the Union did for them? How he helped to defend his independence during American aggression,

        I don't think so. I know! They have already forgotten and deleted from textbooks everything that is connected with the help of the USSR in a warrior. The former sun-like one won the war. So you do not need to write what you do not know.
      3. mountain
        mountain 3 December 2013 14: 20
        +6
        I won’t even list how many countries thanked us for our help, so that no one else wants to help.
    3. PSih2097
      PSih2097 3 December 2013 13: 30
      +4
      Quote: svp67
      But the DPRK with its explosions really threatens our Far East ...

      in my opinion, Fukushima threatens more than the DPRK ...
      1. queen
        queen 3 December 2013 14: 19
        +2
        Quote: PSih2097
        in my Fukushima threatens more than the DPRK

        more than that ... everyone is silent ... American ....
      2. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 14: 19
        +2
        Quote: PSih2097

        in my opinion, Fukushima threatens more than the DPRK ...

        God forbid, the rocket deviates from the course and crashes somewhere in our city, damn it, I remind you of your comments.
        1. S-200
          S-200 3 December 2013 14: 40
          +2
          Alexander, next to you the S-400 regiment is in constant combat readiness by one division ...
          The North Koreans do not seem to have stealth technology, so there is definitely a high probability that their "bast shoes" will be killed.
          And it wasn’t very scary when a meteorite exploded over Chelyabinsk ..
          although the power of the shock wave was estimated at 300-500 kT, the old frames flew out in winter ... But the North Koreans can’t assemble a bomb over 500 kt ... but having assembled it, they will only arrange delivery on a steam locomotive! wassat
          Do not "turn around" on the nuclear thugs Kims, the Chinese are more dangerous ...
          1. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 14: 44
            +2
            Quote: S-200
            North Koreans do not seem to have stealth technologies

            Yes, there is a regiment, but given the technology of North Korean missiles, it’s practically impossible to calculate the flight path of a rocket. The course changes, abruptly, from any mace.
      3. mountain
        mountain 3 December 2013 15: 14
        +1
        in my opinion, Fukushima threatens more than the DPRK .. And in my opinion, even the lazy one threatens us. So it’s fashionable now.
  4. Ingvar 72
    Ingvar 72 3 December 2013 12: 05
    +2
    Everything is fine, but if only with China we did not form a crack on this topic.
  5. Asgard
    Asgard 3 December 2013 12: 06
    +5
    Potentially .. Russia has fewer allies ....
    The rest will doubtfully look at cooperation with the Russian Federation.
    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 3 December 2013 12: 17
      +6
      Quote: Asgard
      Russia has fewer allies

      Hello Volodya. hi It’s definitely not a friendly gesture on our part, although in fact it hardly affects the turnover. Although Vova could have quietly explained to Kim that the deliveries would be, but quietly, quite in his spirit. As for foreign policy, I have no complaints about GDP. hi
      1. Alexei
        Alexei 3 December 2013 14: 23
        +1
        Quote: Ingvar 72
        It’s definitely not a friendly gesture on our part, although in fact it hardly affects the turnover.

        GDP indicated that no "nuclear" goods would be supplied. And when were they delivered? Under the Soviet Union, and they still rattle them. So VVP only said what our western partners wanted to hear, that's all. But that doesn't really affect anything.
      2. queen
        queen 3 December 2013 19: 14
        +1
        watch the movie ... mochilovo on wall street
    2. Retx
      Retx 3 December 2013 12: 18
      +3
      with such "allies" enemies are not needed.
    3. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 12: 37
      +5
      Quote: Asgard
      Potentially .. Russia has fewer allies ..

      Asgard, Kim is not our ally; he has such cockroaches in his head that he doesn’t need an enemy with such an ally.
      1. T80UM1
        T80UM1 3 December 2013 15: 06
        +1
        right, the entire Far East population is less than the DPRK army
        1. tungus
          tungus 3 December 2013 18: 52
          +3
          There, the entire population is the army.
          Joke. A tourist arrives in North Korea, approaches a monument in the square and asks the guide: Who is this monument dedicated to?
          -This monument is dedicated to the people! Here is a collective farmer, a worker, a scientist, a party worker — these are all the people of Korea!
          -And then where are the military?
          -And they are all military ...
    4. alone
      alone 3 December 2013 22: 20
      0
      In my opinion, Russia has only two allies - the army and the Navy.
  6. catapractic
    catapractic 3 December 2013 12: 10
    0
    in my opinion from these measures the DPRK is neither hot nor cold
  7. people
    people 3 December 2013 12: 13
    +5
    This step is a faster consequence of the deepening of mutually beneficial relations between Russia and South Korea.
    1. lukke
      lukke 3 December 2013 12: 18
      +1
      And the last visit was just recently.
  8. Migari
    Migari 3 December 2013 12: 21
    +3
    The main thing is to act in their national interests. And if this step contributes to this, then everything is correct.
  9. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 3 December 2013 12: 35
    +3
    maybe this is right, although they didn’t do anything bad to us, but the guys are painfully inadequate.
  10. Unisonic
    Unisonic 3 December 2013 12: 42
    +3
    The sooner the DPRK ceases to exist, the better both the region and its population. If the DPRK Kim Il Sung was a normal, adequate and moderately developing state, then what happened to this country later, what happened to the population of this republic after the death of their leader - well, you won’t wish the enemy. When the whole socialist world was changing, someone like the PRC was right, someone like the USSR was wrong, in the DPRK either stayed in place, or even that look seriously regressed towards some kind of idiocy and tearing the thread to the already completely tightened nuts.
    As a result, in a country where people starve to death like flies, the main goal is the creation of WMDs and constant threats to the entire region from the inadequate leadership of the country. It is not surprising that Russia and China are already tired of this.
    1. tungus
      tungus 3 December 2013 19: 05
      0
      I agree with the inadequacy of the last Kimov in relation to his people. But I strongly disagree with the thesis about nuclear weapons.
      Only the availability of nuclear weapons today can ensure the security and integrity of any country. Only it can ensure survival and the right to remain independent, and not be a colony of Anglo-Saxons.
      Remember the USSR. Despite the total devastation of the European part of the country after the Second World War, famine, lack of resources, the USSR in 49 created an atomic bomb. Probably, it was worth a lot of work and huge funds that could be spent on other things. However, if the USSR did not create nuclear weapons, then there would be neither the USSR, nor perhaps you and me.
      So Kim is right about that.
  11. major071
    major071 3 December 2013 12: 47
    +5
    The President’s Decree “prohibits the direct or indirect delivery, sale or transfer (through the territory of the Russian Federation, or by citizens of the Russian Federation, or using ships and aircraft under the flag of the Russian Federation and regardless of their country of origin) of any products to the DPRK or from the DPRK, or by the citizens of the DPRK or by individuals and legal entities acting on their behalf, if the Russian Federation determines that such products may contribute to the implementation of the DPRK nuclear program or its ballistic missile program ".

    By this decree V.V. Putin officially legalized the non-transfer of nuclear weapons production technologies and their delivery vehicles to S. Korea. Russia (after the collapse of the USSR) does not cooperate with them in this area and is not going to cooperate. We signed official papers without losing anything, and we’ll find out what we have acquired geopolitically.
  12. queen
    queen 3 December 2013 12: 51
    0
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    This scumbag on my side

    So NATO is at hand ... so what?
    1. PSih2097
      PSih2097 3 December 2013 13: 34
      0
      Quote: regin
      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      This scumbag on my side

      So NATO is at hand ... so what?

      and in NATO, militant Psheks, dummies and Chukhons who, unlike the DPRK, water us der ... m ...
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 14: 20
      +1
      Quote: regin
      So NATO is at hand ... so what?

      So NATO will launch rockets at our borders, support or what?
  13. Robert Nevsky
    Robert Nevsky 3 December 2013 13: 04
    0
    I think this is a mistake !!
  14. TRex
    TRex 3 December 2013 13: 05
    +1
    It's one thing - a predictable and sane enemy, another - this stunned man with a rocket ... What will he want next? Who will be declared the next "enemy"? It would be better if Korea was the same color and with one head ...
    1. nerd.su
      nerd.su 4 December 2013 09: 30
      0
      Quote: TRex
      It would be better if Korea was the same color and with one head ...

      Which is better? For me it’s better that they never unite, it’s better to find out relations with each other than with neighbors.
  15. Ihrek
    Ihrek 3 December 2013 13: 29
    +3
    Russia in spite of anyone or vice versa does not. It simply carries out its activities within the framework of international obligations.
    1. yan
      yan 3 December 2013 13: 50
      -1
      What a massive approach you have. Liked. Very true assessment
  16. pensioner
    pensioner 3 December 2013 13: 58
    +1
    There, some news passed that Belarus had begun to invite North Koreans to work en masse. And what? Thought is good! Maybe ours will reorient them. Work = then they know how! I saw them in the late 80s and early 90s at ZSMK a lot. Plowed like dad Carlo!
    1. user1212
      user1212 3 December 2013 14: 16
      +4
      They are still working in the Far East. Little but there
  17. twister
    twister 3 December 2013 14: 04
    +1
    You can’t do that with bobba ..... they will destroy the teachings and accidentally erase Japan!
  18. brainkiller
    brainkiller 3 December 2013 14: 14
    -1
    Quote: retired
    And what? Thought is good! Maybe ours will reorient them. Work = then they know how! I saw them at the end of 80-beginning of 90's at ZSMK a lot. Plowed like dad Carlo!
    hmm ... we don't have enough of our "blacks"? You can go to Khabarovsk, for example, and see how many Koreans / Chinese are there for one Russian, according to my best personal forecasts 1 to 1.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 14: 48
      0
      Quote: brainkiller
      according to my best personal forecasts 1 to 1.

      Fucking you forecaster!
  19. Basilevs
    Basilevs 3 December 2013 14: 18
    +1
    The main thing is to establish close ties with the DPRK and with South Korea. And send these Americans to hell.
    1. Basilevs
      Basilevs 6 December 2013 18: 22
      0
      Please ignore this illiterate comment. Outside interference.
  20. user1212
    user1212 3 December 2013 14: 19
    +2
    Quote: brainkiller
    Quote: retired
    And what? Thought is good! Maybe ours will reorient them. Work = then they know how! I saw them at the end of 80-beginning of 90's at ZSMK a lot. Plowed like dad Carlo!
    hmm ... we don't have enough of our "blacks"? You can go to Khabarovsk, for example, and see how many Koreans / Chinese are there for one Russian, according to my best personal forecasts 1 to 1.

    I live in Khabarovsk. Of course we have enough Chinese, but for 1 to 1 it’s a big deal
    1. brainkiller
      brainkiller 3 December 2013 15: 05
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      Perhaps he said a bit prematurely, but the dynamics are on my side.
      1. user1212
        user1212 3 December 2013 17: 27
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        Again I do not agree. The Chinese seem to be less (I did not count them smile ) There were more migrant workers from Central Asia.
  21. leon-iv
    leon-iv 3 December 2013 14: 21
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    Well, now what is being agreed upon at the meeting on Iran.
    The decision is correct in princep. For she didn’t fall to all this North Korea.
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  23. mountain
    mountain 3 December 2013 14: 34
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    DPRK is friends with China and even allies, China helps, DPRK, than it can and most likely will use the north in its interests against the south. Maybe we in some way influence the course of events.
  24. brainkiller
    brainkiller 3 December 2013 15: 03
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    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Fucking you forecaster!
    Well, check if you know, the last time I was there was 5 ago. And then it seemed that a little bit more would be so.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 3 December 2013 15: 12
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      Quote: brainkiller
      And then it seemed that a little bit more would be so.

      Have you been to the Chinese market? Khabarovsk residents will come and tell me, the last time I was there a year ago, and I did not see anything like it.
      1. brainkiller
        brainkiller 3 December 2013 15: 30
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        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Have you been to the Chinese market? Khabarovsk residents will come and tell me, the last time I was there a year ago, and I did not see anything like it.

        Well, ok ATP, you saved my head from one myth that was apparently created by itself. Time will tell.
  25. Ivanovich47
    Ivanovich47 3 December 2013 15: 56
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    Quote: Alexander Romanov: This scumbag is right next to me and I don’t like it. You sit do not understand where, for thousands of kilometers and reason. I totally agree. It is not known where nuclear technology could go. And if to Saudi Arabia? Their money is not measured. But the DPRK money is so necessary. And there, and the Wahhabis, these technologies may be. Here you need to be careful.
  26. Nayhas
    Nayhas 3 December 2013 16: 17
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    Russia imposed sanctions against North Korea

    And the point ... Anyway, the money will not be returned.
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  28. Algor73
    Algor73 3 December 2013 16: 56
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    North Korea has always been friendly to the USSR, and now it looks with hope to Russia. In Kim, there may be cockroaches in my head, but not to the extent that I can quarrel with Russia. An extra ally is always an ally. After weakening relations with Vietnam, the cooling off with the DPRK is not very explainable. But we only suppose, and they (the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the AP) dispose. If in a given infa percent 10 percent of the truth, then this is good.
    1. atalef
      atalef 3 December 2013 17: 00
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      Quote: Algor73
      In Kim, there may be cockroaches in my head, but not to the extent that I can quarrel with Russia. An extra ally is always an ally.

      As they say gays - excess horseradish in the pope is not a hindrance wassat
  29. I think so
    I think so 3 December 2013 18: 18
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    Well, the putrid essence of the Russian president is manifested. Previously, the DPRK actually positioned itself as a friendly state in relation to Russia, and now Putin, by his own command, CREATED Russia under the side of an adversary armed with nuclear weapons. Now, in a desperate situation, the DPRK HAS a MORAL right to incinerate well to Priest Vladivostok ... they were not the first to start ... and they will be right ... The leader who CREATES new threats for HIS (?) Country ... who is he for the country? Is a friend a fool or an ENEMY?
    1. Saburo
      Saburo 3 December 2013 19: 39
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      In my opinion, all this is a logical continuation of the strengthening of ties between Russia and the Korean Republic. Stot even recall the recent agreement on a visa-free regime, or for example the fact that we entered the Republic of Kazakhstan into the space club immediately after the DPRK.

      Moreover, what is the use of the DPRK? What can they give us? And even if there was any benefit from them, why would we then once again disentangle the porridge that Eun will brew?
  30. Russ69
    Russ69 3 December 2013 18: 28
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    In fact, the Russian Federation, has long imposed sanctions against the DPRK. Maybe she is a socialist state, but in an extremely perverse form. And what will hit the head of the local tsar, only God knows.

    Quote: Algor73
    After weakening relations with Vietnam,

    And what is wrong with Vietnam now. They want to revive the base of the Navy, whatever kind of cocoa, trade is going on in all directions.
  31. vinni
    vinni 3 December 2013 19: 59
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    Yes, ah ... Modern Russia too easily abandoned its allies, that with Cuba, that with the DPRK and others. Trusted the sweet babble of NATO and Amers, they say, the Cold War is over, now we are a sidekick ... And now we are looking, with whom to resist their onslaught ...
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  33. Stinger
    Stinger 3 December 2013 20: 37
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    This sanction is specific. It is not directed against the population. With the states, the comparison is not correct. They impose such sanctions that throw a noose on the people. Type restrict the supply of food, oil, etc. And the rulers didn’t care about the people if something got into their head.
  34. Slavs
    Slavs 3 December 2013 22: 00
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    I don’t see the logic ... Maybe I missed something in the latest news? There is not always time to monitor the situation ... If without abstruse terms, I would prefer to be friends ... And then the truth is Eun shy away from anything ... It is closer to us than to the USA ... It's not that they are needed afraid, the fact is that you need to use small allies to your advantage ... We have one warrior ... And in Seoul he has a base ... Although what kind of logic are we talking about? ...))) Do you want to rule in your land allotment - follow the lines of all Rothschilds ...
  35. Slavs
    Slavs 3 December 2013 22: 00
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    I don’t see the logic ... Maybe I missed something in the latest news? There is not always time to monitor the situation ... If without abstruse terms, I would prefer to be friends ... And then the truth is Eun shy away from anything ... It is closer to us than to the USA ... It's not that they are needed afraid, the fact is that you need to use small allies to your advantage ... We have one warrior ... And in Seoul he has a base ... Although what kind of logic are we talking about? ...))) Do you want to rule in your land allotment - follow the lines of all Rothschilds ...
  36. negeroi
    negeroi 4 December 2013 07: 40
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    North Korea has nothing to do with it, well, except for the name. We signed a week ago contracts with South Korea, large and long-term, but this is not the main thing. The main thing is that the main and only friend of the UK is China, which we spat in. And it is especially important that this action demonstrates our attitude, against the background of military preparations in the region regarding the disputed islands. We are increasingly disagreeing with China. And North Korea ... what does North Korea have to do with it?
    1. nerd.su
      nerd.su 4 December 2013 09: 50
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      Quote: negeroi
      The main thing is that the main and only friend of the UK is China, to which we spat in the compote.

      This is where you got such thoughts? Do you think China is happy with North Korean nuclear weapons? Now China can force the DPRK to profitable decisions, saying that the Chinese army is larger. And if the North Koreans have at least a few dozen nuclear warheads with delivery vehicles, they will generally lose fear. It’s easier for them to get to China than to the USA.
      With all my sympathies for the DPRK, I believe that friendship with them is a very nervous affair.
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  38. negeroi
    negeroi 4 December 2013 10: 20
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    "Where did you get such thoughts? Do you think China is happy with North Korean nuclear weapons? Now China can force the DPRK to make favorable decisions for itself, saying that the Chinese army is larger. And if the North Koreans have at least several dozen nuclear warheads with delivery vehicles, then they will lose fear altogether.It is easier for them to get to China than to the USA.
    For all my sympathies for the DPRK, I think that friendship with them is a very nervous thing. "


    That's it .. what is the semantic load? What do you want to say?
    1. nerd.su
      nerd.su 4 December 2013 14: 29
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      Quote: negeroi
      What did you want to say?

      Isn’t it clear? China is a compelled friend for the DPRK, and we do not spit on Chinese compote with our decision, but rather, we help the Chinese to control the IC, slowing down the creation of warheads and, especially, carriers.