The U.S. Congress
The lower house of Congress voted for new sanctions against the DPRK.
The lower chamber of the us Congress almost unanimously approved the bill that extends sanctions against North Korea over its provocative behavior and strengthening missile and nuclear threats in the region.
It is reported by Ukrainian Pravda, citing UKRINFORM.
The vast majority of congressmen (419) supported the bill proposed by Republican Ted Royce. Only one legislator voted against it.
New sanctions against the DPRK is aimed mainly to foreign trade, Maritime transport and actually use human slave labor regime of the country.
The document, among other things, grants the right to the Ministry of national security of the United States to inspect the cargo, addressed to North Korea, on the territory of the United States. In particular we are talking about air travel and morskiy transport on ships which were in the ports of Korea .
In addition, ships under the flag of the DPRK and other countries that violate UN resolutions, will not be able to enter the seaports of the United States, if the bill is passed.