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N.Korea, Iran resume cooperation in development of long-range ballistic missiles

Source : 112 Ukraine

The information comes from a non-specified UN member country
17:44, 9 February 2021

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Pyonyang and Tehran have resumed cooperation in terms of developing long-range ballistic missiles. The UN said so in their report, Radio Liberty reports. 

"This resumed cooperation foresaw passage of the most important parts, besides, the latest shipment that had to do with these relations took place in 2020", reads the message.

The information comes from a non-specified UN member country.

In December, Iranian ambassador in the UN Mahjid Taht Ravanchi told a group of experts who had investigated the bilateral coooperation between these countries that their preliminary report showed "possible use of untrue information and rigged data".

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The UN also claims that numerous sanctions imposed by this organization are tracked in the document. They concerned North Korea, which developed its nuclear and missile programs. The organization found out that North Korea supported and developed its programs within 2020, breaching and avoiding the international sanctions and funding these programs with the aid of cyber attacks. 

In September, the U.S. government imposed new sanctions against Tehran and claimed that the Iranian research centre played the key part in the bilateral missile development cooperation with Pyongyang.

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