Wang Yi said he asked Ri Yong-ho to submit to UN resolutions in a meeting on Sunday in the Philippines.
He didn’t state how Mr Ri answered.
Saturday’s determination forbidding North Korean fares and restricting interests in the nation was passed collectively.
Mr Wang said sanctions were required, however “are not the last objective”, and he asked exchange. He said he had revealed to North Korea to stay cool, and not incite the global group with more tests.
The Chinese emissary additionally encouraged the US and South Korea not to build pressures, saying that the circumstance was at a “basic point”, yet in addition a crossroads at which talks could be continued.
US agent to the UN Nikki Haley prior said North Korea was confronting “the most stringent arrangement of assents on any nation in an era”.
Pyongyang tried two intercontinental ballistic rockets in July, asserting it now had the capacity to hit the US.
Be that as it may, specialists question the rockets can hit their objectives.
The tests were denounced by South Korea, Japan and the US, and provoked the drafting of the new UN sanctions.
What are the new authorizes?
Bringing in coal, fish, iron and iron metal, lead and lead mineral from North Korea is prohibited
Nations can’t get new North Korean laborers
No new joint endeavors with North Korean elements or people
No new interest in existing joint endeavors
More people focused with travel bans and resources solidifies
Part states to answer to Security Council inside 90 days on how they have executed determination
China, North Korea’s just global partner and a veto-using individual from the UN Security Council, voted for the determination after arrangements with the US that Ms Haley said were “extreme”.
Beijing has regularly shielded Pyongyang from destructive resolutions before.
Russia, which the US has likewise condemned for its financial connections with North Korea, additionally voted in favor of the approvals.
Top representatives including US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson are assembled for a territorial gathering under the aegis of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) in the Philippines’ capital, Manila.
North Korea’s atomic program is relied upon to be a noteworthy issue however there are no plans for a reciprocal meeting between Mr Tillerson and the North Korean delegate.
Talking prior as he sat down for chats with South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha, Mr Tillerson said the approvals were a “decent result”.
Can the US guard itself against North Korea?
The enduring advances in North Korean rocket innovation have loaned a feeling of direness to US discretion in Asia, and Rex Tillerson’s participation at the Asean Regional Forum is all around coordinated.
The US needs a show of solidarity at this discussion in censuring North Korea – remarkably, Mr Tillerson will end up in an indistinguishable room from his North Korean partner, Ri Yong-ho, in spite of the fact that the two are probably not going to address each other.
Mr Tillerson will likewise be holding two-sided gatherings with his Russian and Chinese partners. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will have the capacity to brief the US secretary of state without anyone else meeting with Ri Yong-ho, and Mr Tillerson will need more points of interest on how far China will diminish its monetary ties with North Korea.
Just by being at this political dialog Rex Tillerson will offer a striking change of tone. In the initial seven months of the Trump organization his voice has been repressed on Asia, while the president’s remarks have been seen by numerous Asian authorities as sporadic and now and again fiery.
However there are critical contrasts over how best to manage North Korea. The US trusts weight must be increase on Pyongyang, to motivate it to invert, not simply solidify, its atomic and rocket programs.
Numerous Asian nations fear the Trump organization’s developing uneasiness and displeasure regarding North Korea’s rocket tests chance growing into a perilous encounter; there is as yet an expansive agreement in this area that engagement, however baffling, is the main path forward – so the US offer to have North Korea ousted from the Asean Regional Forum will meet a lot of resistance.
‘Exorbitant for the administration’
US President Donald Trump tweeted to state the authorizations would cost the North more than $1bn (£0.7bn).
The fare of coal, mineral and other crude materials to China is one of North Korea’s few wellsprings of money. Evaluations say that North Korea sends out in regards to $3bn worth of merchandise every year – and the assents could dispose of $1bn of that exchange.
In any case, China’s investment will be critical and top US representatives say they will be watching out for Beijing to ensure it reliably complies with the authorizations.
Not long ago, China suspended imports of coal to expand weight on Pyongyang.
Nonetheless, rehashed sanctions have so far neglected to prevent North Korea from proceeding with its rocket advancement.
Beijing is likewise irate about the organization of a US-financed rocket safeguard framework in South Korea and needs it to be rejected.
North Korea has is yet too authoritatively react to the new authorizes. A senior authority revealed to South Korea’s Yonhap news organization: “We will make our position clear when things are resolved.”
In any case, administering party daily paper Rodong Sinmun prior said atomic move or endorses made by Washington would prompt an “unbelievable ocean of flame” overwhelming the US.
What can the outside world do?
The disengaged state’s rehashed rocket and atomic weapon tests in rupture of UN resolutions have been denounced by neighbors in the district.
Be that as it may, South Korea says it might hold coordinate converses with the North amid the Asean summit.
Its outside priest said she was ready to converse with her partner from Pyongyang, if the possibility “normally happens”.
Out and out, 27 countries are sending agents to the Asean Regional Forum.
Asean’s 10 part states issued a joint explanation saying they had “grave worries” over North Korea’s activities, which “genuinely undermine peace”.