North Korea: Seoul adopts new sanctions
BEIJING, DECEMBER 11 - South Korea announced the immediate operation of new unilateral sanctions against North Korea in response to the November 29 launch of the Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missile.

The aim, explained the Foreign Ministry in a note, is to cut the funding channels of Pyongyang's ballistic and nuclear programs. 

In this regard, 20 organizations in the North have been targeted, including banks and trading companies, while 12 individuals are directly affected, including some military intelligence officials.

On the whole, it is the second package of measures decided by the administration of President Moon Jae-in, in office since May. The first, in fact, is November 6, the day that preceded the visit to South Korea by the American president Donald Trump.

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