April 21, 2024

New UN report argues sanctions working, calls for expansion

Report suggests addition of several DPRK entities to blacklisted group

SEOUL – Three institutions and five individuals have been added to a list of North Korea-related sanctioned entities, a confidential report by a panel of UN experts said on Wednesday.

The report, details of which were obtained and covered by Reuters in an exclusive, argues that sanctions, an arms embargo and general trade restrictions have slowed down North Korea's nuclearization program.

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