>> For more than 20 years->> The US ambassador to the UN on Monday delivering a tough message to North Korea a day after its sixth and largest nuclear test despite facing heavy sanctions.>> To the members of the Security Council, I must say enough is enough. The time has come to exhaust all of our diplomatic means before it's too late.
>> At an emergency session of the UN Security Council, Haley blasting Kim Jong Un, but stopping short of a declaration of war.>> His abusive use of missiles and his nuclear threats show that he is begging for war. War is never something the United States wants. We don't want it now.
But our country's patience is not unlimited. Only the strongest sanctions will enable us to resolve this problem through diplomacy.>> Reuters UN Correspondent, Michelle Nichols.>> Diplomats have said that the council could now consider banning Pyongyang's textile exports, the country's national airline, and also stopping supplies of oil to the government and military.
They could also prevent North Koreans from working abroad and add top officials to a blacklist, subjecting them to an asset freeze and travel ban.>> This is not the first time Haley has adopted a stern tone with Pyongyang. Each missile test has spurred a similar reaction.>> I think that all the options are on the table now.
The United States will not allow their lawlessness to continue.>> But those repeated threats from the international community have failed to curb North Korea's nuclear aspirations. On Monday, Haley going a step further, saying that any country that does business with North Korea will Also needs to watch it's back, a jab at China, which is North Korea's largest trading partner.
But after Sunday's hydrogen bomb test, China also slamming Kim Jong-un.>> Stop taking action. They are wrong, deteriorating the situation.>> Any threat to the United States or it's territories including->> On Sunday, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis warned of a quote, massive military response if North Korea threatens the US or any of its allies including South Korea and Japan.
>> Take heed of the United Nations.