North Korean workers in the EU

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It's well known that eastern europe employs cheap labour from North Korea, with most of the wages going home to support the nutcase regime.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2...ers-us-scolds-countries-hosting-guest-workers


You'd think the EU would expel them all, and create new job opportunities for our fellow europeans, but no, "our" sanctions are the UN minimum:

North Korea: Council aligns its sanction lists with the latest UN Security Council resolution - Consilium


Expel or expeditiously exploit? You decide...
You want to kick out the immigrants cause they're takin our jaaaabs :confused:
 

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You want to kick out the immigrants cause they're takin our jaaaabs :confused:

No; because they're assisting in NK's nuke and rocket programs.

EU has sanctioned NK a bit, and now it can do more on its own doorstep.
 

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Seems they have banned NK slaves, but when will we fly them back?

Still and all, you start a thread and make a fuss here on p.ie and the UNSC agrees with you 9 days later....


“This resolution also puts an end to the regime making money from the 93,000 North Korean citizens it sends overseas to work and heavily taxes,” Haley said.“This ban will eventually starve the regime of an additional $500 million or more in annual revenues,” she said.

https://www.euractiv.com/section/po...y-council-steps-up-new-north-korea-sanctions/

Expressing concern that nationals of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea frequently worked in other States for the purpose of generating foreign export earnings used to support Pyongyang’s prohibited nuclear and ballistic missile programmes, the Council also decided to prohibit Member States from providing authorizations for that country’s nationals to work in their jurisdictions unless specifically determined by the Committee established pursuant to Council resolution 1718 (2006).

https://www.un.org/press/en/2017/sc12983.doc.htm
 

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Seems they have banned NK slaves, but when will we fly them back?

Still and all, you start a thread and make a fuss here on p.ie and the UNSC agrees with you 9 days later....


“This resolution also puts an end to the regime making money from the 93,000 North Korean citizens it sends overseas to work and heavily taxes,” Haley said.“This ban will eventually starve the regime of an additional $500 million or more in annual revenues,” she said.

https://www.euractiv.com/section/po...y-council-steps-up-new-north-korea-sanctions/

Expressing concern that nationals of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea frequently worked in other States for the purpose of generating foreign export earnings used to support Pyongyang’s prohibited nuclear and ballistic missile programmes, the Council also decided to prohibit Member States from providing authorizations for that country’s nationals to work in their jurisdictions unless specifically determined by the Committee established pursuant to Council resolution 1718 (2006).

https://www.un.org/press/en/2017/sc12983.doc.htm
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You got them freed and sent them instead back to die in a nuclear war.
Nice going McTell :eek:
 

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Seems they have banned NK slaves, but when will we fly them back?

Still and all, you start a thread and make a fuss here on p.ie and the UNSC agrees with you 9 days later....


“This resolution also puts an end to the regime making money from the 93,000 North Korean citizens it sends overseas to work and heavily taxes,” Haley said.“This ban will eventually starve the regime of an additional $500 million or more in annual revenues,” she said.

https://www.euractiv.com/section/po...y-council-steps-up-new-north-korea-sanctions/

Expressing concern that nationals of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea frequently worked in other States for the purpose of generating foreign export earnings used to support Pyongyang’s prohibited nuclear and ballistic missile programmes, the Council also decided to prohibit Member States from providing authorizations for that country’s nationals to work in their jurisdictions unless specifically determined by the Committee established pursuant to Council resolution 1718 (2006).

https://www.un.org/press/en/2017/sc12983.doc.htm
start watching from 17:00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPjKs8NuY4s&t=1049s

North Koreans getting working visas in Poland as South Koreans as there's only 'Korea' entry in their IT system...
 

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You got them freed and sent them instead back to die in a nuclear war.
Nice going McTell :eek:
Kim doesn't send random people to work in Europe. They only send men with families and children which are being kept hostage while fathers work abroad. There's no real choice for them, they go back and suffer or stay in our paradise but their families die.
 

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