With the help and support of the UN, North Korea has quietly applied for an international patent application for making sodium cyanide, a key ingredient in nerve gas!
Fox News uncovered this story and has told the U.N. bodies of the patent application after discovering the patent application file on a publicly available WIPO internal website.
North Korea started the international patent process on Nov. 1, 2015 since then the U.N.’s Panel of Experts on North Korea “has no record of any communication from WIPO to the Committee or the Panel regarding such a serious patent application,” said Hugh Griffiths, coordinator of the international U.N. expert team.
The Panel of Experts has now officially “opened an investigation into this matter,” he added.
“This is a disturbing development that should be of great concern to the U.S. administration and to Congress, as well as the U.S. Representative to the U.N.,” William Newcomb, a member of the U.N. Panel of Experts for nearly three years ending in 2014, told Fox News.
Said an expert familiar with the sanctions regime: “It undermines sanctions to have this going on. The U.N. agencies involved should have been much more alert to checking these programs out.”
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