To impose controls on exports to Belarus because Minsk “actively supports the Russian invasion of Ukraine” South Korea as the South Korean Foreign Ministry announced today.
The ministry, according to the Athens News Agency, did not specify what measures it would take, but noted that they would be in line with what Seoul has already adopted against Russia.
South Korea has condemned Moscow for the war in Ukraine.
In February, Seoul announced that it would tighten controls against Russia, banning exports products and will follow the western countries in the exclusion of some Russian banks from the international payment system SWIFT.
«The Korean government today decided to impose export control measures on Belarus as well, considering that the country actively supports the Russian invasion of Ukraine.“, Stressed the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Russia’s ambassador to Seoul, Andrei Kulik, has expressed regret over the South Korean sanctions against his country, which he attributed to “strong external pressure” on the country by the United States and its Western partners.
Source: News Beast