The United Nations Human Rights Council has given 2-hundred-68 recommendations to North Korea for its various human rights violations.
They came from the UN Human Rights Council headquarters in Geneva on Tuesday after a review on North Korea's human rights violations.
With its prison camps and public executions, North Korea will now have to state which recommendations it will accept.
The UN is urging Pyongyang to close its prison camps and to seriously address the issues of prisoners of war and separated families.
This report will be made public at the next Human Rights Council meeting in September.