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GOJ to strengthen unilateral sanctions on DPRK

Most papers wrote that the GOJ will make a decision today on imposing tougher sanctions on North Korea by expanding the scope of DPRK organizations and individuals whose financial assets will be frozen and of officials of the pro-Pyongyang General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon) prohibited from reentering Japan after traveling to North Korea. The articles said Tokyo plans to take harsher punitive measures in coordination with the U.S. and South Korea to head off Pyongyang’s provocations, adding that Washington and Seoul will make corresponding decisions in the near future.  

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