WHO receives sanctions exemptions to bring vehicles into North Korea
The World Health Organization granted approval to bring Toyota Landcruisers worth $146,000 into DPRK
The World Health Organization (WHO) has received sanctions exemptions to bring three Toyota vehicles into North Korea in order to transport aid workers around the country, a letter shared on the website of the UN’s 1718 committee showed this week.
The United Nations Security Council Committee approved the exemptions in a letter dated June 15, less than two weeks after WHO requested them.
According to the letter, WHO has six months to ship in one Toyota Camry and two Toyota Landcruisers — which have a collective value of roughly $146,000 — “in order to provide safe and secure travel
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