The Biden administration’s new blacklist comes after a series of missile tests by Pyongyang
The U.S. Treasury Department has banned six North Koreans, a Russian citizen and a Russian company for allegedly distributing weapons of mass destruction.
Washington Announced Saying Wednesday was part of the blacklist “Continued efforts by the DPRK to resist weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs.”
Sanctions are aimed at North Korea “Continued use of foreign agents to illegally purchase goods for weapons. Deputy Secretary of State for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Brian Nelson said.
Cho Myung-hoon, a North Korean national living in Vladivostok, Russia, has been accused of providing Russian assistance. “Telecommunication Related Devices” To the Second Academy of Natural Sciences (SANS) approved by the US in 2010.
Four North Koreans in China have also been cleared for buying steel alloys, software, chemicals and other merchandise in the service of Pyongyang’s missile program: Sim Kwang Sok and Pyongyang Chol in Dalian, as well as Kim Sung Hun and Kang Chol Hak. In Shenyang.
Moscow-based O Yong Ho was banned along with Russian citizen Roman Anatolevich Alar and Moscow-based company Parsek LLC. “Activities or transactions that have physically contributed to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction or the means of distribution by the DPRK.”
The US Treasury has said that its actions violate UN Security Council resolutions since North Korea launched six ballistic missiles after September 2021. The most recent launch took place on Tuesday, with Pyongyang claiming that it had successfully launched a hypersonic missile.
Under sanctions, any property of designated individuals in the United States is subject to foreclosure. Anyone in the world who engages in certain transactions with designated individuals or entities may be subject to U.S. sanctions, the Treasury said.
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