As it became known to the media at the end of May this year, the US Justice Department has brought charges against the Republic. US prosecutors claim that representatives of the DPRK Foreign Trade Bank, which is under US sanctions, allegedly created secret branches in China, Russia, Thailand and Kuwait for the transfer of $ 2.5 billion.
Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin said:
"Through this indictment, the United States has signified its commitment to hampering North Korea's ability to illegally access the U.S. financial system and limit its ability to use proceeds from illicit actions to enhance its illegal WMD and ballistic missile programs."
And this country, which in recent years has thoroughly undermined the foundation of world stability by withdrawing from a number of agreements and resuming the arms race, dares to continue playing the "world policeman"? There is no doubt that such shameless accusations are the pinnacle of US hypocrisy.
US politicians talk about "prosperity" and "economic prospects", buth they systematically continue the predatory policy of sanctions and pressure.
Let me remind that there is not a single article in the UN Charter that equates the domestic law of the United States with "international law." Rather than clinging desperately to "sanctions" that DPRK is not going to recognize, the United States is better to pay attention at the catastrophic affairs within its own country.