In a demonstration of its resolve to counter North Korea's illicit activities, South Korea has slapped sanctions on eight individuals linked to the regime's arms trade and cyberattacks. This independent move, reported by Patrick Fok from Singapore, underscores Seoul's growing frustration with Pyongyang's persistent defiance of international norms.
In Singapore, Patrick Fok reports.
The targeted individuals include officials believed to be involved in illegal weapons deals and sophisticated cyber operations that generate funds for the North Korean regime's nuclear and missile programs. This marks the eleventh round of independent sanctions imposed by South Korea since. . .