South Korea imposed new sanctions on Russia

On April 2, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that South Korea had decided to impose sanctions on two Russian individuals and two legal entities, which, according to Seoul, supported "the financing of the DPRK's nuclear and missile programs" for working in Russia with the involvement of North Korean specialists. 

In addition, sanctions were imposed on two Russian ships, "Angara" and "Lady R." According to South Korea, they participated in the "transfer of military cargo between Russia and North Korea" in violation of UN Security Council resolutions.