May 29, 2024
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WHO, Irish and German NGOs receive sanctions exemptions for aid to N. Korea: UN

Recipient orgs will tackle safe drinking water issues, food shortages in DPRK

Corrected on August 6 to clarify that Welthungerhilfe's approval was only for one of seven originally requested by the organization 

Three more aid organizations have received UN sanctions exemptions for humanitarian work in North Korea, according to information published in recent days by the UN Security Council committee in charge of DPRK sanctions, bringing the total number approved so far in 2019 to 13.

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