A United Nations report suggests North Korea has supplied Burma, Iran and Syria with nuclear technology, in violation of United Nations sanctions. China had previously blocked the report from reaching the UN Security Council.
After months in limbo due to Chinese objections, a U.N. report suggesting North Korea may have supplied Syria, Iran and Myanmar with banned nuclear technology is heading to the Security Council.
The United Nations General Assembly approves the first Arms Trade Treaty to regulate the multi-billion-dollar global trade in conventional arms with 154 votes in favor, three member states - Iran, North Korea and Syria - against the decision, and 23 abstentions. 2013-04-2 (Context: Iran, North Korea, Syria, United Nations)
Iran, North Korea and Syria block adoption of a United Nations treaty that would regulate the international arms trade, a proposal which required agreement by all 193 UN member states. 2013-03-29 (Context: Iran, North Korea, Syria, United Nations)
A leaked United Nations report states that North Korea is exporting nuclear technology to Burma, Iran and Syria. 2010-05-28 (Context: Burma, Iran, Syria, United Nations)
United Nations diplomats confirm the United Arab Emirates seized a North Korean ship carrying weapons to Iran, in violation of Security Council Resolution 1874. 2009-08-28 (Context: Iran, North Korea, United Nations, United Nations Security Council)
The United Nations finds Iran's firing of a medium-range ballistic missile in October violated a June 2010 resolution banning the Islamic Republic from launches capable of delivering nuclear weapons. The test was not technically a violation of the July nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers. It's not known if the Security Council will take any action. 2015-12-15 (Context: Iran, United Nations, United Nations Security Council)
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