The resolution, which the U.S. mission to the United Nations said it wants the United Nations council to vote on September 11, would impose an oil embargo on North Korea and ban its exports of textiles as well as the hiring of North Korean laborers overseas, mostly by Russian Federation and China, U.S. media have reported.
The United States on September 8 formally requested a vote of the United Nations Security Council on a USA resolution to impose severe new economic sanctions on North Korea over its latest nuclear test, despite resistance from China and Russian Federation.
The lack of implementation is undermining the Security Council's attempts to pressure North Korea.
The US is against North Korea's nuclear weapons but Pyongyang says it will not give up on its nuclear deterrence unless Washington ends its hostile policy toward the country and dissolves the US-led United Nations command in South Korea.
Harley says the United States was seeking a vote on new sanctions on September eleven.
The US informed the Security Council on Friday night of its plan to call the vote, the State Department said in a brief statement, adding it would look to impose further penalties on Pyongyang. Experts predict that a halt to North Korea's crude oil supplies would not have an immediate effect on its nuclear and missile programs.
New measures by the global community should be aimed at "harming the nuclear and missile program of the government of North Korea while helping restart dialogue and negotiation", Wang said.
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Britain's U.N. Ambassador Matthew Rycroft stressed that "maximum possible pressure" must be placed on North Korea to give diplomacy a shot at ending the ongoing crisis.
A ban on oil and oil products is the "toughest point", a source familiar with the discussions said.
"They're putting down the marker here and saying, 'OK, Are you prepared to do what is necessary to put pressure on North Korea at a moment when we're simply out of time?"'
China will support further United Nations action if it helps restart dialogue with North Korea, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday.
Banks that appear to be operated by Chinese companies may also be owned by North Korea, according to MBC. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson raised the issue of North Korean "guest workers" in Kuwait during a meeting with the Middle Eastern country's foreign minister in Washington on Friday.
North Korea conducted its fifth nuclear test on September 9 past year, and then carried out a sixth a week ago, saying it was a hydrogen bomb that could be fitted onto a missile - prompting global condemnation and calls for further sanctions.