United States Code

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§ 9211.
Statement of policy
In order to achieve the peaceful disarmament of North Korea, Congress finds that it is necessary—
(1)
to encourage all member states of the United Nations to fully and promptly implement United Nations Security Council Resolution 2094 (2013);
(2)
to sanction the persons, including financial institutions, that facilitate proliferation, illicit activities, arms trafficking, cyberterrorism, imports of luxury goods, serious human rights abuses, cash smuggling, and censorship by the Government of North Korea;
(3)
to authorize the President to sanction persons who fail to exercise due diligence to ensure that such financial institutions and member states do not facilitate proliferation, arms trafficking, kleptocracy, or imports of luxury goods by the Government of North Korea;
(4)
to deny the Government of North Korea access to the funds it uses to develop or obtain nuclear weapons, ballistic missiles, cyberwarfare capabilities, and luxury goods instead of providing for the needs of the people of North Korea; and
(5)
to enforce sanctions in a manner that does not significantly hinder or delay the efforts of legitimate United States or foreign humanitarian organizations from providing assistance to meet the needs of civilians facing humanitarian crisis, including access to food, health care, shelter, and clean drinking water, to prevent or alleviate human suffering.
(Pub. L. 114–122, title I, § 101, Feb. 18, 2016, 130 Stat. 98.)
cite as: 22 USC 9211