China Issues Order to Implement U.N. Sanctions on N. Korea

BEIJING (Reuters) —
Loaded trucks are seen crossing the friendship bridge connecting China and North Korea in Dandong, a Chinese border city, opposite the North Korean town of Sinuiju, in this file photo. (Chinatopix via AP)

China’s Commerce Ministry issued a ban effective from Tuesday on several imports from North Korea, including coal, iron ore, lead concentrates and ore, lead and seafood, a move that is in line with U.N. sanctions announced this month.

Beijing issued the banning order on Monday.

U.N. sanctions must be implemented 30 days after the resolution was approved in a vote on Aug. 6.

The Chinese government said any cargoes already on their way to China would be cleared by customs as usual before the U.N. sanctions deadline.

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