EU Pushes Independant Sanctions on North Korea

The European Union has said it will carry out additional sanctions against North Korea in the afternoon of June 6, while the international community is increasingly concerned about North Korea’s nuclear missile threat.

The European Union has banned 28 member states from investing in North Korea ‘s conventional weapons – related industries, metalworking, metalworking and aerospace, which were announced hours before the US – China summit.

It also banned individuals and institutions in North Korea from providing computer-related services, mining, chemical manufacturing, and refining services.

The European Union said in a statement on sanctions against North Korea that it has added four other officials in charge of developing nuclear, missile and weapons of mass destruction to the sanctions list.

As a result, the European Union has increased the number of individuals subject to travel restrictions and freeze sanctions to 41 individuals and 7 institutions.

The European Union explained the sanction, saying North Korea ‘s actions were a violation of the UN Security Council resolution and a serious threat to international peace and security.

He urged North Korea to give up its nuclear program through negotiations with the international community.

To stop reliable and meaningful dialogue with the international community to stop provocative actions and to destroy all nuclear weapons and existing nuclear and missile programs in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner.

Reuters and AFP reported that the European Union has begun sanctions against North Korea since 2006, and that the sanctions have continued to rise as North Korea continues to provoke it.

In particular, AFP reported on the news of the additional sanctions, including chemical-related sanctions, and in February, Kim Jong-eun described the case of Kim Jong-nam, the head of the North Korean Labor Party, killed through chemical weapons.

On February 27, the European Union (EU) set up sanctions against North Korea, centering on economic sectors such as the ban on imports of coal and iron ore according to the UN resolution on North Korea adopted in November last year. In this month’s additional sanctions, But also to put an emphasis on suppressing.