The Arizona Republican called for a strategy on North Korea that involved increasing missile defense and other defensive capabilities in South Korea, doing more to pressure China, and considering the deployment of nuclear weapons to the Korean Peninsula.
"The forthcoming measures by DPRK [the Democratic Republic of Korea] will make the USA suffer the greatest pain it has ever experienced in its history", he told a United Nations conference in Geneva.
Peru established diplomatic relations with North Korea in 1988. He called on North Korea to "take seriously" the will of the global community to halt its nuclear and ballistic missile development.
"We don't take pleasure in further strengthening sanctions today".
Ms Haley last week dismissed this proposal as "insulting".
"The ban on textile exports, coupled with the already imposed sanctions on coal, mineral and seafood exports, will have the effect of curtailing the North's total annual exports by more than 90 percent", Lee Sang-chul, deputy chief of the National Security Office, told reporters.
Pyongyang has warned the United Nations of a potentially violent response if it was to approve proposals from Washington for heavier sanctions against the rogue nation after it conducted its most powerful nuclear test to date.
Some four million barrels per year of crude oil will continue to flow from China through a pipeline, but the resolution would cap those deliveries at the current level, according to the United States official.More news: Hope Hicks Named Trump White House Communications Director
Hackers tied to North Korea are also suspected of carrying out a series of attacks on global banks that came to light previous year.
"Third, we will continue the discussion we launched last week on additional European Union sanctions to complement action decided by the Security Council and put maximum pressure on North Korea".
Richard Nephew, a former USA government sanctions expert and a contributor to 38 North, a Washington-based North Korea monitoring project, said there were "fundamentally different views on the DPRK" at the Security Council. "Therefore, we supported and are supporting the sanctions contained in the resolutions aimed at compelling the DPRK to meet the demands of the Security Council".
Haley last week called the proposal "insulting" and said the United States has maintained that North Korea needs to halt their activities before talks can take place.
Chinese Ambassador Liu Jieyi again called for talks "sooner rather than later".
It would ban North Korea from importing all natural gas liquids and condensates.
The BBC's China editor Carrie Gracie says Beijing is treading a fine line and wants sanctions tough enough to signal its displeasure to Pyongyang and avoid American accusations of complicity, but not so tough as to threaten North Korea's survival. Chinese officials have privately expressed fears that an oil embargo could risk causing massive instability in its neighbour. "The Trump administration has already used United States sanctions against China and Russian Federation, and Washington should do more like fines against Chinese banks and targeting additional firms and individuals facilitating sanctions evasion".
North Korea was condemned globally for its latest nuclear test on September 3, which it said was of an advanced hydrogen bomb. Not only three missile tests were fired in a single day, the same was followed by another test a couple of days later when an intermediate range missile flew over Hokkaido - the northern most island of Japan - that put nearly put the entire Japanese nation on tenterhooks. He also stated that Washington is "obsessed with kindling a political, economic and military confrontation" against North Korea.