April 13, 2024

Equatorial Guinea repatriates North Korean workers, cuts agricultural ties: NIR

West African state identifies two North Korean companies operating in wood, agriculture sectors

Equatorial Guinea repatriated North Korean laborers and has taken steps to cut ties with the DPRK in the agricultural sector, its most recent UN sanctions National Implementation Report (NIR) - uploaded by the 1718 Committee this week - claims.

According to the report, dated August 7, the country took three specific actions in order to restrict relations with North Korea, with one of the actions being imposed directly by the Office of the President. 

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