South Korea calls for ‘robust’ sanctions against North

South Korea says the United Nations Security Council should adopt “extraordinary” measures in response to North Korea’s recent nuclear test and rocket launch.
South Korea’s Ambassador to the UN Oh Joon called on the Security Council members late on Monday to ratify “a robust and comprehensive” sanctions resolution to make clear to Pyongyang that the council “will no longer tolerate” Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons development.

South Korea calls for 'robust' sanctions against North
North Korea conducted its fourth nuclear test last month and successfully launched a long-range rocket reportedly aimed at placing an earth observation satellite into orbit earlier this month. However, the US and South Korea denounced the move as a cover for an intercontinental ballistic missile test.
The South Korean envoy also described Pyongyang’s recent measures as “a clear threat to international peace and security and a blatant challenge to the international community.”
Reports say the US and China are negotiating the text of a new resolution against North Korea over its nuclear activities.
In another development, South Korean President Park Geun-hye warned on Tuesday that North Korea will collapse if it does not give up its nuclear program.