Namibia implements UN sanctions, cuts ties with North Korean entities | NK News
July 20, 2024
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Namibia implements UN sanctions, cuts ties with North Korean entities

Recent Namibian delegation to Pyongyang conducted to inform DPRK partners of decision

Namibia is implementing United Nations sanctions against North Korea and cutting ties with two high-profile entities, a statement sent to NK News by the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation read on Thursday.

The two entities, the Korean Mining Development Trading Corporation (KOMID) and Mansudae Overseas Projects (MOP), have been operating in Namibia and involved in construction of military facilities.

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