SEOUL, June 2 (Yonhap) -- South Korea has submitted its action plan on how to carry out sanctions that the United Nations slapped on North Korea following its nuclear and long-range missile tests earlier this year, the foreign ministry said Thursday.
The government submitted the so-called implementation report to a committee of the U.N. based in New York on Wednesday (local time), according to Cho June-hyuck, spokesman for the ministry.
Cho said that the implementation report includes the government's explanations on measures taken against the North, such as restrictions on shipping and transportation, along with other financial and economic restrictions.
"Our government will make continued efforts to implement the resolution through close cooperation with the international community," he told reporters at a regulator press briefing.
The U.N. Security Council adopted the Resolution 2270 in early March in response to the North's fourth nuclear test and a long-range missile launch in January and February.
Member countries have been asked to submit their own implementation reports within 90 days of the resolution's adoption, which falls on Thursday.
A foreign ministry source earlier said that around 4-5 countries, including Monaco, have already submitted their own implementation reports to the U.N.
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