Sol. South Korea has imposed sanctions on two people and two organizations, including a Russian of Korean descent, over alleged illegal financing of North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs. Yonhap News Agency The. Quoting the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Korea, this information was given on Wednesday.
The report states that Choi Chon Gon, a former South Korean national who holds Russian citizenship, has been banned for funding a company called Hane Ulan LCC in Mongolia.
The report states that the Korea has accused Chon Gon of allegedly evading international sanctions and funding North Korea’s military programs. Chon Gon has also been accused of providing financial support to North Korea by setting up a Russia-based trading firm.
The news agency quoted a ministry official as saying that D. After Korea opened an official investigation against him, Chon Gon left for Russia and acquired Russian citizenship there. It is noteworthy that in May 2022, Yoon Suk-yeol’s D. Since taking office as President of Korea, his administration has imposed sanctions against 45 individuals and 47 organizations with ties to North Korea.
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