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the DPRK North Korea is in a whole different category dnmt poses the most immediate concerns as president Obama hosted a fifty nation nuclear summit this week nuclear armed North Korea once again thumbing its nose at the world firing a missile into the sea Friday after conducting a port atomic test earlier this year but Reuters reporter match but tonic that officials at the summit we're talking about a new ray of hope top new UN sanctions in a switch backed by North Korea increasingly impatient ally China there on the road to putting more pressure on North Korea please raise their hands UN security council early last month in public , on North Korea and , the Chinese were involved and putting together the resolution , North Korea is also high on the agenda at this summit we are United , in our efforts to deter and defend against north Korean provocations all the president had a trilateral meeting , the Japanese prime minister doctoring president , in which many all agreed that they must look at even further measures , I increased the pressure on North Korea yesterday when president Obama network Chinese president xi they both agreed on the need for strict enforcement of the latest , United Nations sanctions however the Chinese have long said that sanctions are not really the solution art China's biggest worry is that if you don't in international community equipped to much pressure on North Korea that will create a refugee crisis and , gender great instability on China's northern borders they don't want that at the same time they don't want drug the constant threat of war between north and South Korea with U. S. involvement like new international talks , start up in the near future and until that happens , probably not go away