Information related to sanctions developments
Private sector organizations sent $13.95 million in assistance, highest since 2010: MOU
Vietnamese government reports DPRK laborers on temporary visas, efforts being made to repatriate them
An “Italian client” and two local companies played role in delivering armored luxury cars to the DPRK, UN says
Proven and newer evasion techniques have evolved in complexity, making sanctions more difficult to implement
Latest report from UN's Panel of Experts finds Pyongyang continues to find ways to circumvent crushing sanctions
Finishing materials still being sent to marquee beach resort as construction is “pushing forward,” state outlets say
Cargo, including COVID-19 testing kits, to be subject to a 10-day quarantine in Sinuiju, spokesperson says
Aid groups will now have easier path to bring ambulances, laptops into DPRK, Treasury tells NK News
All six working in one North Korean restaurant were arrested and fined before being deported in early December
Goods were all imported prior to 2010 imposition of 'May 24 Measures'
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