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Foreign media said that China and the United States agreed on sanctions against DPRK, aiming to bring the DPRK nuclear negotiations back to the right track picture: the UN Security Council held an emergency meeting in February 7th and strongly condemned the launch of the DPRK rocket through the statement. Foreign media said that the United States and China agreed on the new draft resolution on sanctions against North Korea, which means substantial sanctions on the existing sanctions, in terms of severity comparable to sanctions against Iran. The sanctions are comparable to the sanctions imposed on Iran, according to the Spanish newspaper Le Monde on February 26th. Diplomats in the United States say that members of the UN Security Council will vote on the draft resolution this weekend. The international community will, for the first time, limit the main source of income for North Korea: mineral resources. The report says the new draft includes banning North Korea’s exports of coal, iron, gold and titanium, which accounts for nearly half of the country’s export earnings. A spokesman for South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the implementation of the resolution would "bring huge losses to North Korea’s foreign exchange earnings."". The report says the new sanctions include banning the import of aviation fuel from North Korea, which means a comprehensive arms embargo against North korea. Samantha Bauer, the permanent representative of the United States, said that this would be the toughest sanction for North Korea in the last 20 years. However, some analysts believe that the initial impact of the sanctions decision may be as weak as it used to be for some time to come. Because Beijing "must ease the harsh sanctions imposed by Washington to some extent", China opposes the collapse of the Korean economy or the change in its political power. Analysts at the center for strategic and international studies argue that Beijing’s decision has not lasted long. Ge Laiyi, a senior adviser on Asia affairs at the research center, said, "we’ve seen this before: China has begun to impose sanctions, and it has been relaxed a month later.". Beijing is trying to avoid the pressure that the United States has imposed on it". Sanctions should not affect the livelihood of the people of North Korea according to EFE reported on February 26th, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said on the 26, China government that will soon be expected to get through the United Nations Security Council resolution should focus on the new DPRK related to curb North Korea’s nuclear and missile development program, the sanctions should have a clear orientation, North Korea does not affect the normal people’s livelihood. The position of the Chinese side in this regard is clear. Reported that Hong Lei stressed that although Chinese support the United Nations to make necessary and appropriate response to North Korea’s nuclear test and satellite launch, but the sanctions are not the end, the most urgent is to the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue back to the track of dialogue and negotiation. China calls on all parties to work together, strengthen cooperation, promote the early resumption of the six party talks interrupted in 2009, and bring the denuclearization of the peninsula back to the track of dialogue and negotiation, which is in line with the common interests of all parties concerned. Hong Lei said that China has put forward the idea of realizing the denuclearization of the peninsula and the parallel transformation of the peninsula’s stop and transition mechanism. This idea is conducive to the denuclearization of the peninsula, is conducive to resolving the legitimate concerns of all parties, but also conducive to the realization of the stability and stability of the Korean peninsula. Reported that the UN Security Council’s new DPRK resolutions will be joined by the United States, South Korea and japan.

外媒称中美就对朝制裁达成一致 旨将朝核谈判拉回正轨 资料图片:联合国安理会2月7日召开紧急会议并通过声明,强烈谴责朝鲜发射火箭一事。   外媒称,美国和中国就制裁朝鲜新决议草案达成一致意味着对现有制裁的实质性强化,在严厉性方面堪比对伊朗的制裁。   严厉性堪比对伊朗制裁   据西班牙《世界报》网站2月26日报道,美国外交人士表示,联合国安理会成员国将于本周末就决议草案进行投票。国际社会将首次限制朝鲜的主要收入来源:矿产。   报道称,新决议草案内容包括禁止朝鲜出口煤炭、铁、黄金和钛等矿产品,这部分出口占朝鲜出口贸易收入的将近一半。   韩国外交部一名发言人表示,如果执行该决议,“将会给朝鲜的外汇收入带来巨大损失”。   报道称,新制裁措施中还包括禁止朝鲜进口航空燃料,这意味着对朝鲜实施武器全面禁运。   美国常驻联合国代表萨曼莎・鲍尔表示,这将是近20年来朝鲜面临的最严厉的制裁。   但是,也有分析人士认为,制裁决定带来的最初影响可能和以往一样,在未来一段时间逐渐变弱。因为北京“必须在某种程度上缓和华盛顿的严厉制裁”,中国反对打垮朝鲜经济或是使其发生政权上的变化。   报道称,美国战略和国际问题研究中心的分析人士认为,北京的决定一向坚持不了多久。   该研究中心亚洲事务资深顾问葛来仪(邦尼・格拉泽)表示,“以前我们就看到过这种情景:中国开始实施一些制裁,一个月后又放宽这些措施。北京正尝试回避美国给它施加的压力”。   制裁不应影响朝鲜民生   据埃菲社2月26日报道,中国外交部发言人洪磊26日表示,中国政府认为,预计不日将获得通过的联合国安理会涉朝新决议应着眼于遏制朝鲜的核、导开发计划,相关制裁应具有明确导向,不影响朝鲜正常民生。中方在这方面的立场是明确的。   报 道称,洪磊强调,虽然中国支持联合国对朝鲜核试和射星作出必要和适当的反应,但是制裁本身并不是目的,当前最紧迫的是将朝鲜半岛核问题重新拉回对话谈判轨 道。中方呼吁各方齐心协力、加强合作,推动早日重启2009年中断的六方会谈,将半岛无核化问题重新拉回对话谈判轨道,这符合有关各方共同利益。   洪磊表示,中方已经提出实现半岛无核化与半岛停和机制转换并行推进的思路。这一思路有利于实现半岛无核化,有利于解决各方的合理关切,也有利于实现朝鲜半岛的长治久安。   报道称,联合国安理会涉朝新决议将加入美国、韩国和日本过去对朝鲜实行的单方面制裁措施行列,希望从经济上遏制朝鲜,迫使它放弃核、导开发计划。   据俄新社2月26日报道,俄罗斯东方学研究所朝鲜和蒙古研究室主任亚历山大・沃龙佐夫表示,“这项制裁决议看起来要比之前的决议都强硬”,但它对朝鲜产生的效果取决于当前起主要作用的国家对这些制裁措施的解读。   报道称,沃龙佐夫认为,美国一贯倾向于扩大禁令的解读范围,“试图赋予这些制裁令人窒息的效果,以便放大朝鲜经济中的危机现象,加速朝鲜政权的垮台和更迭”。   他说:“也就是说,美国对制裁的解读不仅指向限制核项目的进一步发展,还针对民事领域。美国的立场一如既往的鲜明。”   沃龙佐夫表示,中国和俄罗斯则始终持另外一种态度。他强调:“他们会签署并执行那些旨在限制核项目、军工综合体的制裁措施,但不会触及民事领域。制裁不应破坏朝鲜正常的经济生活、不应降低其国内的生活水平是中俄两国的原则性立场。”   外界对制裁效果有疑   据美国《纽约时报》网站2月26日报道,当对朝制裁新措施在联合国安理会传阅时,分析家26日对这些措施是否严厉到能迫使朝鲜放弃核武器表示怀疑。   报道称,首尔东国大学教授高宇焕说:“这些制裁措施无疑会损害朝鲜。但是我认为对他们的损害尚不足以让他们放弃核武器。”   首尔大学和平与统一研究所研究员张永硕说:“有太多漏洞,我们无法预测它们将会促使朝鲜去核化。这些制裁更像是对朝鲜的警告,告诫他们再进行一次核试验还要再承受什么,也像是对这个国家重返谈判桌的劝诱。”   据俄新社2月26日报道,俄罗斯东方学研究所朝鲜和蒙古研究室主任沃龙佐夫对能否达成协议的主要目的,即改变朝鲜的政策持质疑态度。   他说:“经验表明,朝鲜从一开始就对从2006年第一次核试验以来通过的制裁决议持否定态度,并称之为使用双重标准的不公正典型。他们不同意执行这些决议,也不认为本国与之相关。现在的情况可能也是如此。朝鲜未必会在行为上作出改变。”   他 认为:“朝鲜继续开展本国导弹核武器项目的决心是非常坚定的,他们有这么做的政治意愿。他们认为在当前国际环境下也必须这么做,因为对华盛顿不利的政权接 二连三地倒台,包括使用武力达到这一目的。国际法不足以保护小国免受以美国为首的强国的政治意愿的摆布。利比亚、现在的叙利亚以及此前的伊拉克、南斯拉夫 的例子都能很好地说明问题,朝鲜一直强调这一理由。”   报道称,沃龙佐夫认为,朝鲜经济不会因制裁遭受重创。他认为,卫星发射表明,朝鲜保持着经济发展的潜力。相关的主题文章: