new york - After the United States, the United Nations Security Council has also tightened sanctions against North Korea because of the continuing rocket tests. The board unanimously adopted a resolution in New York on Friday for the punishment of two state-owned enterprises. These are the Koryo National Bank and the 'Strategic Rocket Force of the Korean People's Army'.
Foreign funds will be frozen. This also applies to the accounts of the fourteen persons who have been listed on the blacklist, including the head of the overseas intelligence service of Pyongyang. Everyone also gets a travel ban.