The UN Security Council will add two top North Korean arms dealers to a sanctions list following the country's nuclear test last month, according to a copy of a US-China draft resolution obtained by AFP on Wednesday.
North Korean soldiers guard the Unha-3 rocket at Tangachai-ri space center, April 8, 2012. A UN Security Council resolution proposed by the United States and China names two top North Korean officials it says are key brokers in the country's ballistic weapons program, according to a copy obtained by AFP.
Yon Chong-Nam, a trading company chief, and his deputy Ko Chol-Chae are among three individuals, a government academy and an import firm that the resolution would sanction following the North's February 12 test.
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