Published: Fri, September 15, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

USA urges China to use oil leverage on NKorea

USA urges China to use oil leverage on NKorea

British Prime Minister Theresa May stressed the importance of a 2015 global agreement on Iran's nuclear programme to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Thursday during a brief meeting at her London office.

"The violence must stop, and it is important that the global community speaks about Myanmar", he added.

It's Tillerson's second visit to Britain since taking office in February.

British foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday he believed that Libya's plans to work toward elections in 2018 were probably "the right timescale".

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"Across all the critical issues we are dealing with today, the United Kingdom has been terrific", Tillerson was quoted by the USA embassy in London as saying.

"It's clear that with respect to oil, and a complete embargo on oil from the U.N. Security Council, that's going to be very hard", he said. Still he's urging China as a "great country and a world power" to use its leverage as the supplier of virtually all North Korea's oil.

"I've seen firsthand the devastation Hurricane Irma has caused people in the Caribbean".

The two discussed North Korea's "destabilizing activities" and the importance of the worldwide community coming together to put pressure on Pyongyang, May's spokesman said. Close coordination with our allies is vital for both the short-term and long-term recovery efforts.

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And expect the situation in Libya to come up during talks with representatives from the U.N., Italy, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.

Britain said the Libya talks would focus on "how to break the political deadlock" and build support for the U.N.'s efforts.

The meeting is meant to try and find a way to break the political deadlock in Libya and bring stability to the North African country in a bid to help deal with the issue of illegal migration.

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