Government mulls N Korea actions

‘NOT A LOT’:The chairman of the Taiwan National Security Institute said possible steps were meant to show support to allies, but that Taiwan had little trade with the country

Taipei Times
Date: Sep 17, 2017
By: Staff writer, with CNA

President Tsai Ing-wen’s (蔡英文) administration is holding internal meetings to

Presidential Office Secretary-General Joseph Wu, right, shakes hands with former AIT director William Stanton at a symposium organized by the Taiwan Security Association in Taipei yesterday to discuss uncertainty in the Asia-Pacific region. Photo: Peter Lo, Taipei Times

determine how Taiwan could cooperate with the UN resolution to impose sanctions on North Korea, the Presidential Office said yesterday.

Presidential Office Secretary-General Joseph Wu (吳釗燮) said on the sidelines of an international forum hosted by the Taiwan National Security Institute (TNSI) that the government was discussing in detail how to deal with North Korea following its latest missile test on Friday.

Wu said Taiwan was discussing measures in response to the newest sanctions against North Korea imposed by the UN Security Council through Resolution 2375.

The sanctions imposed on Monday include a ban on the supply, sale and transfer of all condensates (the liquid phase produced by the condensation of gas) and natural gas liquids to North Korea, as well as a ban on its exports of textiles.
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