Japan—Unilateral Sanctions On N. Korea Extended To 2023

Kyodo News Agency | 04/07/2021

The Japanese government has decided to extend its unilateral sanctions against North Korea ahead of their scheduled expiration next week, reports the Kyodo news agency (Tokyo). The measures ban all trade with North Korea and prohibit any North Korean-flagged ships or ships that have docked in North Korea from docking in Japan. The extension, approved by the Japanese Cabinet, will enforce the sanctions for two more years. Japan originally sanctioned North Korea in 2006, banning imports...
 

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