North Korea crackdown: Now Australia tells Hong Kong to fight Kim’s nuclear advances

Sunday, November 12, 2017
By Paul Martin

North Korea’s threat to global security must be tackled by all world leaders, according to the Australian Prime Minister, as he ordered Hong Kong to play its part against Pyongyang.

By ZOIE O’BRIEN
Express.co.uk
Sun, Nov 12, 2017

Malcolm Turnbull claimed “cunning, sophisticated criminals” from Kim Jong-un’s North are exploiting ports and markets across Asia.

Turnbull ordered action, insisting it is criminal behaviour and underhand tactics which are funding the rapid expansion of Pyongyang’s missile programme.

On Sunday, the Australian leader became the first prime minister from his country to visit Hong Kong in more than 30 years.

Meeting with financial regulators, Turnbull pushed for tough economic sanctions against North Korea.

He said “criminal organisations, terrorist organisations, criminal regimes like North Korea” should not be able to abuse Hong Kong.

“Whether it is arms, whether it is cyber crime, whether it is drugs, they are constantly seeking to raise money to finance their nuclear program,” Mr Turnbull told reporters, according to Australia’s News.com.

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