United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) Regulations 2017

Reprint as at 4 January 2018

Coat of Arms of New Zealand

United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Regulations 2017

(LI 2017/74)

Patsy Reddy, Governor-General

Order in Council

At Wellington this 18th day of April 2017

Present:
Her Excellency the Governor-General in Council

Note

Changes authorised by subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Legislation Act 2012 have been made in this official reprint.

Note 4 at the end of this reprint provides a list of the amendments incorporated.

These regulations are administered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

These regulations are made under section 2 of the United Nations Act 1946—

(a)

on the advice and with the consent of the Executive Council:

(b)

for the purpose of giving effect to the following resolutions of the Security Council of the United Nations adopted under the United Nations Charter:

(i)

resolution 1718 (2006) adopted on 14 October 2006:

(ii)

resolution 1874 (2009) adopted on 12 June 2009:

(iii)

resolution 2087 (2013) adopted on 22 January 2013:

(iv)

resolution 2094 (2013) adopted on 7 March 2013:

(v)

resolution 2270 (2016) adopted on 2 March 2016:

(vi)

resolution 2321 (2016) adopted on 30 November 2016:

(vii)

resolution 2356 (2017) adopted on 2 June 2017:

(viii)

resolution 2371 (2017) adopted on 5 August 2017:

(ix)

resolution 2375 (2017) adopted on 11 September 2017.

Enacting statement, paragraph (b)(vii): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 4 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Enacting statement, paragraph (b)(viii): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 4 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Enacting statement, paragraph (b)(ix): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 4 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Contents

1Title
2Commencement
3Interpretation
4Arms: exportation and importation prohibited
5Arms: loading onto craft prohibited
6Arms: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited
7Arms: Customs may refuse certificate of clearance
8Arms: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996
9Arms: dealing prohibited
10Arms: assistance and training prohibited
11Luxury goods: exportation prohibited
12Luxury goods: loading onto craft prohibited
13Luxury goods: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited
14Luxury goods: Customs may refuse certificate of clearance
15Luxury goods: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996
16Luxury goods: dealing prohibited
17Definition of restricted item
18Restricted item: importation prohibited
19Restricted item: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited
20Restricted item: dealing prohibited
[Revoked]
21Restricted item: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996
22Statues: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited [Revoked]
23Statues: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996 [Revoked]
24Statues: dealing prohibited [Revoked]
[Revoked]
25Coal and iron: importation prohibited [Revoked]
26Coal and iron: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited [Revoked]
27Coal and iron: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996 [Revoked]
28Coal and iron: dealing prohibited [Revoked]
29Definition of specified petroleum product
30Specified petroleum product: exportation prohibited
31Specified petroleum product: loading onto craft prohibited
32Specified petroleum product: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited
33Crude oil or specified petroleum product: Customs may refuse certificate of clearance
34Specified petroleum product: dealing prohibited
34ASpecified petroleum product: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996
34BCrude oil: dealing prohibited
35Certain goods must be inspected
35AJoint ventures prohibited
35BTermination of existing joint venture
36Provision of bunkering services to DPRK ships prohibited
37Procuring crewing services from DPRK prohibited
38Aircraft not to take off from, land in, or fly over New Zealand
39Certain ships to be denied entry to New Zealand ports
40Certain ships not to be registered in New Zealand
41Craft not to be leased or chartered to DPRK or designated persons
42Registering and dealing with DPRK ships prohibited
42AShip-to-ship transfers prohibited
43Prohibitions in relation to financial services
44Prohibition on dealing with property of designated persons, DPRK, and others
45Prohibition on sending property to designated persons, DPRK, and others
46Minister may consent to activity prohibited by regulation 44 or 45
46ANo work authorisations for DPRK nationals
47Prohibition on designated persons entering or transiting through New Zealand
48Specified persons
49Order for deportation
50No delegation of power to certify that person is specified person
51Detention and monitoring of person suspected of being specified person
52Classified information
53Regulations operate in addition to Immigration Act 2009
54Minister may consent to prohibited activity
54AEffect of Committee exemptions
55Offences
56Attorney-General’s consent needed for certain prosecutions
57Revocation
Gazette Information
Reprint notes

Regulations

1 Title

These regulations are the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Regulations 2017.

2 Commencement

These regulations come into force on 18 May 2017.

3 Interpretation

(1)

In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires,—

arms includes—

(a)

related materiel of all types (for example, weapons and ammunition); and

(b)

spare parts for any arms, or for any materiel specified in paragraph (a); and

(c)

specified military equipment; and

(d)

the items and other things listed in Annex III of resolution 2321 (2016): and

(e)

WMD-related and ballistic missile-related goods

base metal means—

(a)

copper:

(b)

iron or iron ore:

(c)

lead or lead ore:

(d)

nickel:

(e)

titanium ore:

(f)

vanadium ore:

(g)

zinc

bunkering service, in relation to a vessel, includes—

(a)

the provision of fuel to the vessel; and

(b)

the provision of supplies to the vessel; and

(c)

other servicing of the vessel

charterer, in relation to a craft, includes a person acting as the agent of the charterer of the craft

classified information has the meaning given in section 7 of the Immigration Act 2009

Committee means the Committee established by paragraph 12 of resolution 1718 (2006)

craft has the same meaning as in section 2(1) of the Customs and Excise Act 1996

Customs means the New Zealand Customs Service

designated person means—

(a)

an individual designated by or under—

(i)

paragraph 8(d) or (e) of resolution 1718 (2006):

(ii)

Annex I of resolution 2087 (2013):

(iii)

Annex I of resolution 2094 (2013):

(iv)

Annex I of resolution 2270 (2016):

(v)

Annex I of resolution 2321 (2016):

(vi)

Annex I of resolution 2356 (2017):

(vii)

Annex I of resolution 2371 (2017):

(viii)

Annex I of resolution 2375 (2017):

(b)

an entity designated by or under—

(i)

paragraph 8(d) of resolution 1718 (2006):

(ii)

Annex II of resolution 2087 (2013):

(iii)

Annex II of resolution 2094 (2013):

(iv)

Annex II of resolution 2270 (2016):

(v)

Annex II of resolution 2321 (2016):

(vi)

Annex II of resolution 2356 (2017):

(vii)

Annex II of resolution 2371 (2017):

(viii)

Annex II of resolution 2375 (2017):

(c)

an individual or entity that the Secretary determines is—

(i)

acting on behalf, or at the direction, of another designated person:

(ii)

assisting the evasion of measures contained in the resolutions:

(iii)

violating the provisions of the resolutions

designated ship means a ship that has been designated by the Committee under paragraph 6 of resolution 2371 (2017)

DPRK means the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

DPRK ship means a ship registered in DPRK or owned or controlled by DPRK

financial service has the meaning given in section 5(1) of the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008

financial service provider has the meaning given in section 4 of the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008

immigration officer has the meaning given in section 4 of the Immigration Act 2009

iron includes iron ore

luxury goods means an item listed in any of the following:

(a)
(b)

Annex IV of resolution 2094 (2013):

(c)

Annex IV of resolution 2270 (2016):

(d)

Annex IV of resolution 2321 (2016)

Minister means the Minister of Foreign Affairs

New Zealand includes Tokelau

New Zealand chartered craft means a craft that is not a New Zealand registered craft but is chartered to a New Zealand citizen or an entity incorporated or constituted under the law of New Zealand

New Zealand craft means a New Zealand registered craft or a New Zealand chartered craft

New Zealand registered craft

(a)

means a craft registered in New Zealand; and

(b)

includes, whether or not it is actually registered,—

(i)

an aircraft required to be registered in New Zealand under the Civil Aviation Act 1990; and

(ii)

a ship required or entitled to be registered in New Zealand under the Ship Registration Act 1992

owner, in relation to a craft, includes a person acting as the agent of the owner

property

(a)

means everything that is capable of being owned, whether it is—

(i)

real or personal property:

(ii)

tangible or intangible property:

(iii)

inside or outside New Zealand; and

(b)

includes a legal or an equitable estate or interest in property

resolution 1718 (2006) means resolution 1718 of the Security Council, adopted on 14 October 2006

resolution 1874 (2009) means resolution 1874 of the Security Council, adopted on 12 June 2009

resolution 2087 (2013) means resolution 2087 of the Security Council, adopted on 22 January 2013

resolution 2094 (2013) means resolution 2094 of the Security Council, adopted on 7 March 2013

resolution 2270 (2016) means resolution 2270 of the Security Council, adopted on 2 March 2016

resolution 2321 (2016) means resolution 2321 of the Security Council, adopted on 30 November 2016

resolution 2356 (2017) means resolution 2356 of the Security Council, adopted on 2 June 2017

resolution 2371 (2017) means resolution 2371 of the Security Council, adopted on 5 August 2017

resolution 2375 (2017) means resolution 2375 of the Security Council, adopted on 11 September 2017

resolutions means resolution 1718 (2006), resolution 1874 (2009), resolution 2087 (2013), resolution 2094 (2013), resolution 2270 (2016), resolution 2321 (2016), resolution 2356 (2017), resolution 2371 (2017), and resolution 2375 (2017)

seafood means any of the following in all forms: fish and crustaceans, molluscs, and other aquatic invertebrates

Secretary means the Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Trade

ship has the meaning given in section 2(1) of the Ship Registration Act 1992

specified military equipment—

(a)

means battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles, large-calibre artillery systems, combat aircraft, attack helicopters, warships, or missiles or missile systems (as defined for the purpose in the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms); and

(b)

includes—

(i)

any related materiel; and

(ii)

components and spare parts for any specified military equipment or for any materiel referred to in subparagraph (i); and

(c)

includes any item (except food, medicine, or any item notified to or approved by the Committee in accordance with paragraph 8(a) or (b) of resolution 2270 (2016)) that is determined by the Secretary as being capable of contributing to the development of the operational capabilities of DPRK’s armed forces; and

(d)

includes any item determined by the Committee as being capable of military use (whether or not the item also has some other non-military use)

specified person has the meaning given in regulation 48

textile means any cloth or fabric and includes—

(a)

any thread, yarn, or material from which a cloth or fabric can be made; and

(b)

any partially or fully completed product made from a cloth or fabric

United Nations Register of Conventional Arms means the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms established on 1 January 1992 under United Nations General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/36 L of 6 December 1991

WMD means weapons of mass destruction

WMD-related and ballistic missile-related goods means items, materials, goods, or technology—

(a)

described in—

(i)

INFCIRC/254/Rev.9/Part 1a:

(ii)

INFCIRC/254/Rev.7/Part 2a:

(iii)

INFCIRC/254/Rev.11/Part 1:

(iv)

INFCIRC/254/Rev.8/Part 2:

(v)

Security Council document S/2012/947:

(vi)

Annex III of resolution 2094 (2013):

(vii)

Security Council document S/2017/728; or

(b)

determined by the Secretary as being capable of contributing to DPRK’s nuclear or ballistic missile programmes or other WMD programmes.

(2)

The Secretary must publish a notice, in the Gazette and on the Internet site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, of any determination made under—

(a)

paragraph (c) of the definition of designated person in subclause (1):

(b)

paragraph (c) or (d) of the definition of specified military equipment in subclause (1):

(c)

paragraph (b) of the definition of WMD-related and ballistic missile-related goods in subclause (1):

(d)

the definition of training in regulation 10(2):

Regulation 3(1) base metal: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(4) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) designated person paragraph (a)(i): amended, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(1)(a) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) designated person paragraph (a)(vi): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(1)(b) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) designated person paragraph (a)(vii): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(1)(b) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) designated person paragraph (a)(viii): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(1)(b) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) designated person paragraph (b)(vi): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(1)(c) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) designated person paragraph (b)(vii): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(1)(c) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) designated person paragraph (b)(viii): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(1)(c) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) designated ship: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(4) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) precious metals: revoked, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(5) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) resolution 2356 (2017): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(4) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) resolution 2371 (2017): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(4) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) resolution 2375 (2017): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(4) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) resolutions: amended, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(2) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) seafood: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(4) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) textile: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(4) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) WMD-related and ballistic missile-related goods paragraph (a)(v): amended, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(3)(a) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) WMD-related and ballistic missile-related goods paragraph (a)(vi): amended, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(3)(b) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 3(1) WMD-related and ballistic missile-related goods paragraph (a)(vii): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 5(3)(c) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Arms

4 Arms: exportation and importation prohibited

(1)

A person must not—

(a)

export, directly or indirectly, arms from New Zealand knowing that the arms are intended to be exported to DPRK, or are intended for use in, or for the benefit of, DPRK; or

(b)

import, directly or indirectly, arms into New Zealand knowing that the arms are from DPRK (whether or not the arms originated in DPRK).

(2)

However, subclause (1) and regulations 5 to 10 do not apply to an importation, exportation, or activity that is—

(a)

undertaken for the purposes described in paragraph 8(a) of resolution 2270 (2016) and approved in advance by the Minister; or

(b)

approved in advance by the Committee.

5 Arms: loading onto craft prohibited

The master or pilot of a craft must not allow arms to be loaded or taken onto the craft knowing that the arms are intended to be exported to DPRK, or are intended for use in, or for the benefit of, DPRK.

6 Arms: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited

(1)

A person must not use a New Zealand craft to carry arms knowing that—

(a)

the craft is carrying the arms; and

(b)

the carriage is, or forms part of, the carriage of those arms—

(i)

from any place to DPRK; or

(ii)

to any place from DPRK.

(2)

Subclause (1) applies to,—

(a)

in the case of a New Zealand registered craft,—

(i)

the owner of the craft; and

(ii)

the master or pilot in command of the craft:

(b)

in the case of a New Zealand chartered craft,—

(i)

the charterer of the craft; and

(ii)

the master or pilot in command of the craft, if the master or pilot is a New Zealand citizen.

7 Arms: Customs may refuse certificate of clearance

The Customs may refuse to grant a certificate of clearance for a craft that a Customs officer has reasonable cause to suspect is loaded with arms that are intended to be exported to DPRK, or are intended for use in, or for the benefit of, DPRK.

8 Arms: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996

The provisions of the Customs and Excise Act 1996 (except section 209) apply in relation to arms that are—

(a)

imported to New Zealand from DPRK as if the arms were goods the importation of which is prohibited under section 54(1) of that Act:

(b)

intended to be exported to DPRK, or are intended for use in, or for the benefit of, DPRK, as if the arms were goods the exportation of which is prohibited under section 56(1) of that Act.

9 Arms: dealing prohibited

(1)

A person must not sell, transfer, or otherwise deal with any arms knowing that the arms are intended to be supplied, sold, or transferred, directly or indirectly,—

(a)

to DPRK, or are for use in, or for the benefit of, DPRK; or

(b)

to any place from DPRK.

(2)

Subclause (1) applies to a person in New Zealand and to a New Zealand citizen in any place outside New Zealand.

10 Arms: assistance and training prohibited

(1)

A person must not knowingly provide any assistance or training to, or at the request of, any person in DPRK relating to the supply, sale, transfer, manufacture, or use of arms.

(2)

A person must not knowingly procure any assistance or training from any person in DPRK relating to the supply, sale, transfer, manufacture, or use of arms.

(3)

In this regulation,—

assistance includes technical assistance, any kind of financial assistance, and advice and assistance relating to the repair, servicing, or refurbishment of arms

training includes training in any discipline that the Secretary determines could contribute to DPRK’s proliferation of sensitive nuclear activities or the development of nuclear weapon delivery.

(4)

Subclause (1) applies to a person in New Zealand and to a New Zealand citizen in any place outside New Zealand.

Luxury goods

11 Luxury goods: exportation prohibited

(1)

A person must not export, directly or indirectly, luxury goods from New Zealand knowing that the goods are intended to be exported to DPRK, or are intended for use in, or for the benefit of, DPRK.

(2)

However, subclause (1) and regulations 12 to 16 do not apply in relation to the exportation of a new helicopter or a new ship if the exportation has been approved in advance by the Committee.

12 Luxury goods: loading onto craft prohibited

The master or pilot of a craft must not allow luxury goods to be loaded or taken onto the craft knowing that the goods are luxury goods and knowing that the goods are intended to be exported to DPRK, or are intended for use in, or for the benefit of, DPRK.

13 Luxury goods: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited

(1)

A person must not use a New Zealand craft to carry luxury goods knowing that—

(a)

the craft is carrying luxury goods; and

(b)

the carriage is, or forms part of, the carriage of those goods from any place to DPRK.

(2)

Subclause (1) applies to,—

(a)

in the case of a New Zealand registered craft,—

(i)

the owner of the craft; and

(ii)

the master or pilot in command of the craft:

(b)

in the case of a New Zealand chartered craft,—

(i)

the charterer of the craft; and

(ii)

the master or pilot in command of the craft, if the master or pilot is a New Zealand citizen.

14 Luxury goods: Customs may refuse certificate of clearance

The Customs may refuse to grant a certificate of clearance for a craft that a Customs officer has reasonable cause to suspect is loaded with luxury goods that are intended to be exported to DPRK, or are intended for use in, or for the benefit of, DPRK.

15 Luxury goods: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996

The provisions of the Customs and Excise Act 1996 (except section 209) apply in relation to luxury goods that are to be intended to be exported to DPRK, or are intended for use in, or for the benefit of, DPRK, as if the goods were goods the exportation of which is prohibited under section 56(1) of that Act.

16 Luxury goods: dealing prohibited

(1)

A person must not sell, transfer, or otherwise deal with, any luxury goods knowing that the goods are intended to be supplied, sold, or transferred, directly or indirectly, to DPRK, or are for use in, or for the benefit of, DPRK.

(2)

Subclause (1) applies to a person in New Zealand and to a New Zealand citizen in any place outside New Zealand.

Restricted items

Heading: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

17 Definition of restricted item

In regulations 18 to 21, restricted item means—

(a)

gold:

(b)

silver:

(c)

a rare metal:

(d)

a base metal:

(e)

coal:

(f)

seafood:

(g)

a statue:

(h)

a textile.

Regulation 17: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

18 Restricted item: importation prohibited

(1)

A person must not import, directly or indirectly, a restricted item into New Zealand knowing that the restricted item is from DPRK (whether or not the restricted item originated in DPRK).

(2)

However, subclause (1) and regulations 19 to 21 do not apply to—

(a)

an importation or any other activity that—

(i)

relates to coal that is described in paragraph 26 of resolution 2321 (2016), as replaced by paragraph 8 of resolution 2371 (2017); and

(ii)

is approved in advance by the Minister; or

(b)

a transaction that—

(i)

is described in paragraph 26 of resolution 2321 (2016), as replaced by paragraph 8 of resolution 2371 (2017); and

(ii)

is approved in advance by the Minister.

Regulation 18: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

19 Restricted item: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited

(1)

A person must not use a New Zealand craft to carry a restricted item knowing that—

(a)

the craft is carrying a restricted item; and

(b)

the carriage is, or forms part of, the carriage of that restricted item to any place from DPRK.

(2)

Subclause (1) applies,—

(a)

in the case of a New Zealand registered craft,—

(i)

to the owner of the craft; and

(ii)

to the master or pilot in command of the craft:

(b)

in the case of a New Zealand chartered craft,—

(i)

to the charterer of the craft; and

(ii)

to the master or pilot in command of the craft, if the master or pilot is a New Zealand citizen.

Regulation 19: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

20 Restricted item: dealing prohibited

(1)

A person must not sell, transfer, or otherwise deal with a restricted item knowing that the restricted item is intended to be supplied, sold, or transferred, directly or indirectly, to any place from DPRK.

(2)

Subclause (1) applies to a person in New Zealand and to a New Zealand citizen in any place outside New Zealand.

Regulation 20: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Statues[Revoked]

Heading: revoked, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

21 Restricted item: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996

The provisions of the Customs and Excise Act 1996 (except section 209) apply in relation to a restricted item as if the restricted item were goods the importation of which is prohibited under section 54(1) of that Act.

Regulation 21: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

22 Statues: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited
[Revoked]

Regulation 22: revoked, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

23 Statues: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996
[Revoked]

Regulation 23: revoked, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

24 Statues: dealing prohibited
[Revoked]

Regulation 24: revoked, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Coal and iron[Revoked]

Heading: revoked, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

25 Coal and iron: importation prohibited
[Revoked]

Regulation 25: revoked, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

26 Coal and iron: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited
[Revoked]

Regulation 26: revoked, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

27 Coal and iron: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996
[Revoked]

Regulation 27: revoked, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

28 Coal and iron: dealing prohibited
[Revoked]

Regulation 28: revoked, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 6 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Petroleum products

Heading: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 7 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

29 Definition of specified petroleum product

In regulations 30 to 34A, specified petroleum product means aviation fuel, any other refined petroleum product, or any natural gas liquid or condensate.

Regulation 29: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 7 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

30 Specified petroleum product: exportation prohibited

(1)

A person must not export, directly or indirectly, a specified petroleum product from New Zealand knowing that the specified petroleum product is intended—

(a)

to be exported to DPRK; or

(b)

for use in DPRK; or

(c)

for the benefit of DPRK.

(2)

However, subclause (1) and regulations 31 to 34A do not apply,—

(a)

in the case of aviation fuel,—

(i)

if its exportation has been approved in advance by the Committee; or

(ii)

if it is sold or supplied outside DPRK for use by a civilian passenger aircraft during the aircraft’s flight to or from DPRK; or

(b)

in the case of any other refined petroleum product, if it is the subject of an exception set out in paragraph 14 of resolution 2375 (2017).

Regulation 30: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 7 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

31 Specified petroleum product: loading onto craft prohibited

The master or pilot of a craft must not allow a specified petroleum product to be loaded onto the craft knowing that the specified petroleum product is intended—

(a)

to be exported to DPRK; or

(b)

for use in DPRK; or

(c)

for the benefit of DPRK.

Regulation 31: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 7 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

32 Specified petroleum product: carrying on New Zealand craft prohibited

(1)

A person must not use a New Zealand craft to carry a specified petroleum product knowing that—

(a)

the craft is carrying a specified petroleum product; and

(b)

the carriage is, or forms part of, the carriage of that specified petroleum product for use in or by DPRK.

(2)

Subclause (1) applies,—

(a)

in the case of a New Zealand registered craft,—

(i)

to the owner of the craft; and

(ii)

to the master or pilot in command of the craft:

(b)

in the case of a New Zealand chartered craft,—

(i)

to the charterer of the craft; and

(ii)

to the master or pilot in command of the craft, if the master or pilot is a New Zealand citizen.

Regulation 32: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 7 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

33 Crude oil or specified petroleum product: Customs may refuse certificate of clearance

The Customs may refuse to grant a certificate of clearance for a craft that a Customs officer has reasonable cause to suspect is loaded with crude oil, or a specified petroleum product, that is intended—

(a)

to be exported to DPRK; or

(b)

for use in DPRK; or

(c)

for the benefit of DPRK.

Regulation 33: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 7 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

34 Specified petroleum product: dealing prohibited

(1)

A person must not sell, transfer, or otherwise deal with a specified petroleum product knowing that the specified petroleum product is intended to be supplied, sold, or transferred, directly or indirectly, for use in or by DPRK.

(2)

Subclause (1) applies to a person in New Zealand and to a New Zealand citizen in any place outside New Zealand.

Regulation 34: replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 7 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

34A Specified petroleum product: application of Customs and Excise Act 1996

The provisions of the Customs and Excise Act 1996 (except section 209) apply in relation to a specified petroleum product as if the specified petroleum product were goods the exportation of which is prohibited under section 56(1) of that Act if the specified petroleum product is intended—

(a)

to be exported to DPRK; or

(b)

for use in DPRK; or

(c)

for the benefit of DPRK.

Regulation 34A: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 7 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

34B Crude oil: dealing prohibited

(1)

A person must not knowingly supply, sell, or transfer crude oil to DPRK.

(2)

However, subclause (1) does not apply if the supply, sale or transfer of crude oil has been approved in advance by the Committee.

(3)

Subclause (1) applies to a person in New Zealand and to a New Zealand citizen in any place outside New Zealand.

Regulation 34B: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 7 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Inspection of goods

35 Certain goods must be inspected

(1)

A person must not knowingly, directly or indirectly, import goods of the type specified in subclause (2) to New Zealand, or export goods of that type from New Zealand, unless the person presents the goods to the Customs for inspection.

(2)

This regulation applies to the importation and exportation of goods—

(a)

that have originated in DPRK:

(b)

that are destined for DPRK:

(c)

the importation or exportation of which has been brokered by or on behalf of the Government of DPRK, a national of DPRK, or a designated person:

(d)

that have been carried on or are to be carried on—

(i)

a ship that is registered in DPRK or that uses the DPRK flag; or

(ii)

an aircraft registered in DPRK.

Joint ventures

Heading: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 8 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

35A Joint ventures prohibited

(1)

In this regulation and regulation 35B, restricted person or entity means a person or entity who—

(a)

is a national of DPRK (and not a citizen or permanent resident of New Zealand); or

(b)

is a corporation, partnership, trust, or other entity (the entity) incorporated or established under DPRK law or that can otherwise reasonably be regarded as a DPRK entity.

(2)

A person must not enter into, maintain, or operate a joint venture or any other co-operative enterprise with any person or entity (B), knowing that B is a restricted person or entity.

Regulation 35A: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 8 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

35B Termination of existing joint venture

(1)

A person who entered into a joint venture or any other co-operative enterprise with any person or entity (C) before 12 September 2017 must not maintain, operate, or participate in the joint venture or other co-operative enterprise after 8 January 2018, knowing that C is a restricted person or entity.

(2)

Subclause (1) does not apply with regard to a joint venture or other co-operative enterprise that—

(a)

is one of the projects specifically excepted in paragraph 18 of resolution 2375 (2017); or

(b)

is the subject of an application made before 9 January 2018 to the Committee for approval of the joint venture or other co-operative enterprise.

(3)

If an application is made to the Committee for approval of the joint venture or other co-operative enterprise and the Committee decides not to approve the application, the person who entered into the joint venture or other co-operative enterprise must not maintain, operate, or participate in the joint venture or other co-operative enterprise after the expiry of 120 days after the Committee’s decision.

Regulation 35B: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 8 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Prohibitions relating to ships and aircraft

36 Provision of bunkering services to DPRK ships prohibited

(1)

A person must not provide or assist in the provision of bunkering services to a DPRK ship if the person has reasonable grounds to believe that the ship has on board any item—

(a)

whose importation is prohibited by these regulations; or

(b)

whose exportation is prohibited by these regulations.

(2)

Subclause (1) does not apply if the provision of bunkering services is necessary—

(a)

to facilitate the inspection of the ship’s cargo or the seizure or disposal of any specified goods on the ship; or

(b)

for humanitarian purposes.

37 Procuring crewing services from DPRK prohibited

A person must not knowingly procure crewing services (whether for a ship or for an aircraft) from DPRK.

38 Aircraft not to take off from, land in, or fly over New Zealand

(1)

This regulation applies to an aircraft that has on board any item—

(a)

whose importation is prohibited by these regulations; or

(b)

whose exportation is prohibited by these regulations.

(2)

A person who has reasonable grounds to believe that this regulation applies to an aircraft must not permit or authorise the aircraft—

(a)

to take off from New Zealand; or

(b)

to land in New Zealand; or

(c)

to fly over New Zealand.

(3)

Subclause (2)(b) does not apply to an emergency landing.

39 Certain ships to be denied entry to New Zealand ports

(1)

This regulation applies to a ship that—

(a)

has refused to allow an inspection in accordance with paragraph 12 of resolution 1874 (2009); or

(b)

is owned or controlled by a designated person; or

(ba)

is a designated ship; or

(c)

has on board any item—

(i)

whose importation is prohibited by these regulations; or

(ii)

whose exportation is prohibited by these regulations.

(2)

A person who has reasonable grounds to believe that this regulation applies to a ship must not permit or authorise the ship to enter a New Zealand port.

(3)

Subclause (2) does not apply—

(a)

if the ship’s entry to the port is for the purpose of an inspection in accordance with paragraph 12 of resolution 1874 (2009); or

(b)

in the case of an emergency; or

(ba)

in the case of a designated ship, if the ship is returning to its port of origin or the Committee has determined in advance that its entry to the port is required for humanitarian purposes or any other purpose consistent with the objectives of the resolutions; or

(c)

to a New Zealand flagged ship.

Regulation 39(1)(ba): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 9(1) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 39(3)(ba): inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 9(2) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

40 Certain ships not to be registered in New Zealand

(1)

A person must not apply to register a ship under the Ship Registration Act 1992 knowing that the ship is owned or controlled by DPRK.

(2)

The registration of any ship registered under the Ship Registration Act 1992 that is owned or controlled by DPRK must be treated, from the commencement of these regulations, as if it has been closed in accordance with section 32 of the Ship Registration Act 1992.

41 Craft not to be leased or chartered to DPRK or designated persons

(1)

A person must not lease or charter a ship or an aircraft or provide crew services knowing that the ship or aircraft is leased or chartered, or the services are provided, to—

(a)

DPRK; or

(b)

a designated person; or

(c)

a person acting on behalf, or at the direction, of DPRK or a designated person; or

(d)

a person who the Secretary determines, on reasonable grounds, is involved in activities prohibited by these regulations.

(2)

Subclause (1) does not apply if the lease, charter, or provision of crew services has been approved in advance by the Committee.

42 Registering and dealing with DPRK ships prohibited

(1)

A person must not knowingly register a ship in DPRK or knowingly use the DPRK flag in relation to a ship.

(2)

A person must not own, lease, charter, or operate, or provide any classification, certification, or associated service to, a ship knowing that it is registered in DPRK or uses the DPRK flag.

(3)

Subclauses (1) and (2) do not apply if—

(a)

the person’s activity in relation to the ship has been notified to the Committee in accordance with paragraph 20 of resolution 2270 (2016); or

(b)

in the case of the chartering of a ship, it has been approved in advance by the Committee.

(4)

A person must not provide insurance (including reinsurance) in relation to a ship knowing that the ship is owned, controlled, or operated, directly or indirectly, by DPRK.

(5)

Subclause (4) does not apply if the provision of the insurance has been approved in advance by the Committee.

Regulation 42(2): amended, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 10(1) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Regulation 42(3): replaced, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 10(2) of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

42A Ship-to-ship transfers prohibited

(1)

This regulation applies with respect to goods or items that are supplied, sold, or transferred to DPRK or supplied by, sold by, or transferred from DPRK (in this regulation, goods).

(2)

A person must not knowingly transfer goods or facilitate a transfer of goods between any ship and a DPRK ship.

(3)

Subclause (2) applies—

(a)

to any person in New Zealand and to a New Zealand citizen in any place outside New Zealand; and

(b)

in the case of a New Zealand registered craft,—

(i)

to the owner of the craft; and

(ii)

to the master or pilot in command of the craft; and

(c)

in the case of a New Zealand chartered craft,—

(i)

to the charterer of the craft; and

(ii)

to the master or pilot in command of the craft, if the master or pilot is a New Zealand citizen.

Regulation 42A: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 11 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Prohibitions relating to financial services

43 Prohibitions in relation to financial services

(1)

A person must not establish a place of business or subsidiary in New Zealand knowing that the place of business or subsidiary is a branch or subsidiary of a financial service provider that is incorporated or established in DPRK.

(2)

A person must not establish a place of business or subsidiary in DPRK knowing that the place of business or subsidiary is a branch or subsidiary of a financial service provider incorporated or established in New Zealand.

(3)

A person must not obtain any financial service from, or provide any financial service to, a financial service provider knowing that the provider is incorporated or established in DPRK.

(4)

A person that provides any financial service to any person or entity in DPRK must stop providing the financial service if the person has reasonable grounds to believe that the financial service could contribute to—

(a)

DPRK’s nuclear, ballistic missile, or WMD programmes; or

(b)

other activities prohibited by these regulations.

(5)

A person must not provide financial services to any other person knowing that the financial services are intended to be used for trade with DPRK unless the provision of financial services has been approved in advance by the Committee.

Property of designated persons, DPRK, and others

44 Prohibition on dealing with property of designated persons, DPRK, and others

(1)

A person must not transfer, sell, assign, dispose of, pay for, or otherwise deal with any property located in New Zealand knowing that—

(a)

the property is owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by—

(i)

a designated person; or

(ii)

the Government of DPRK or the Workers’ Party of Korea; or

(iii)

a person or an entity that the Secretary has determined is—

(A)

assisting in the evasion or violation of the measures set out in the resolutions; or

(B)

associated with DPRK’s nuclear or ballistic missile programmes; or

(b)

the property or the dealing could contribute to—

(i)

DPRK’s nuclear-related, ballistic missile-related, or other WMD-related programmes; or

(ii)

other activities prohibited by these regulations; or

(iii)

the evasion of a determination of the Security Council that applies to DPRK and that is made under Article 41 of the Charter of the United Nations.

(2)

Subclause (1) does not apply if the Minister has consented to the dealing in accordance with regulation 46.

45 Prohibition on sending property to designated persons, DPRK, and others

(1)

A person must not send, transfer, or deliver any property, or cause any property to be sent, transferred, or delivered, directly or indirectly, knowing that the property is to be sent, transferred, or delivered to or for the benefit of a person or an entity specified in regulation 44(1)(a).

(2)

Subclause (1) applies to a person in New Zealand and to a New Zealand citizen in any place outside New Zealand.

(3)

Subclause (1) does not apply if the Minister has consented to the sending, transfer, or delivery of the property in accordance with regulation 46.

46 Minister may consent to activity prohibited by regulation 44 or 45

(1)

If the Minister consents to an activity under this regulation, the prohibitions in regulations 44(1) and 45(1) do not apply to the activity.

(2)

In deciding whether to consent to an activity under this regulation, the Minister must have regard to paragraph 9 of resolution 1718 (2006).

(3)

The Minister may consent to an activity prohibited by regulation 44(1) or 45(1) if the Minister is satisfied that—

(a)

the activity is necessary for a purpose described in paragraph 9 of resolution 1718 (2006) or paragraph 32 of resolution 2270 (2016); and

(b)

any notifications and decisions required by the relevant paragraph for the purpose have been given and made in accordance with the relevant paragraph.

Authorisations to work: DPRK nationals

Heading: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 12 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

46A No work authorisations for DPRK nationals

(1)

A person who is a national of DPRK is not eligible to obtain a visa, or any other authorisation, that would entitle the person to work in New Zealand.

(2)

Subclause (1) does not apply with regard to—

(a)

a visa or other authorisation that implements a written contract made before the adoption of resolution 2375 (2017); or

(b)

a visa or other authorisation approved in advance by the Committee.

Regulation 46A: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 12 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Entry and transit of designated persons

47 Prohibition on designated persons entering or transiting through New Zealand

(1)

The following persons must not enter New Zealand or transit through New Zealand:

(a)

an individual who is a designated person:

(b)

a member of the immediate family of an individual who is a designated person:

(c)

an individual who the Secretary determines on reasonable grounds—

(i)

is acting on behalf, or at the direction, of a designated person; or

(ii)

is assisting in the evasion or violation of the measures set out in the resolutions.

(2)

Subclause (1) does not apply to a person who is a New Zealand citizen.

(3)

Subclause (1) does not apply so as to prevent a person from entering or transiting through New Zealand if—

(a)

the Committee has determined that the entry or transit is justified on the grounds of humanitarian need, including religious obligation; or

(b)

the person is a representative of the Government of DPRK and the entry or transit is necessary for the person’s travel to a United Nations facility to conduct United Nations business; or

(c)

the Committee has determined that the entry or transit would further the objectives of the resolutions.

(4)

A visa may be granted under the Immigration Act 2009 to a person described in subclause (1) for the purposes of this regulation only on the advice of the Secretary that the visa is consistent with subclauses (2) and (3).

(5)

This regulation operates in addition to the Immigration Act 2009 and any regulations made under that Act and, in relation to a person described in section 17(2)(a) of that Act, applies despite that section.

Deportation of specified persons

48 Specified persons

(1)

A person is a specified person if—

(a)

the person is in New Zealand; and

(b)

the person is a national of any State that is not New Zealand; and

(c)

the person is a designated person or there are reasonable grounds to believe that the person—

(i)

is acting on behalf, or at the direction, of a designated person; or

(ii)

is assisting in the evasion or violation of the measures set out in the resolutions; or

(iii)

is working for, on behalf of, or at the direction of a financial service provider that is incorporated or established in DPRK.

(2)

However, a person is not a specified person if—

(a)

the person is a New Zealand citizen; or

(b)

the person’s presence in New Zealand is justified on the grounds of humanitarian need, including religious obligation; or

(c)

the person’s presence in New Zealand is necessary to give effect to a judicial process; or

(d)

the person is a representative of the Government of DPRK and the person’s presence in New Zealand is necessary for the person’s travel to a United Nations facility to conduct United Nations business; or

(e)

the Committee has determined that expelling the person from New Zealand would be contrary to the objectives of the resolutions.

49 Order for deportation

(1)

If the Minister certifies that a person is a specified person, the Governor-General may, by Order in Council, order the deportation from New Zealand of that person.

(2)

The person named in the order is accordingly liable for deportation.

(3)

The Governor-General may, by Order in Council, revoke an order made under subclause (1).

(4)

An order made under subclause (1) is a deportation order for the purposes of the Immigration Act 2009 and must be treated as if it were made under section 163 of that Act, and the provisions of that Act (including section 176) apply accordingly.

50 No delegation of power to certify that person is specified person

The Minister may not delegate the power to certify that a person is a specified person.

51 Detention and monitoring of person suspected of being specified person

(1)

A person who is, on reasonable grounds, suspected by an immigration officer or a constable of being a specified person is liable to arrest and detention under Part 9 of the Immigration Act 2009 as if he or she were a person who was, on reasonable grounds, suspected by an immigration officer or a constable of constituting a threat or risk to security, and the provisions of that Part apply accordingly.

(2)

Without limiting subclause (1), the provisions of Part 9 of the Immigration Act 2009 apply with the following modifications:

(a)

the references in sections 314, 316, and 322(2) to the Minister must be treated as references to the Minister of Foreign Affairs; and

(b)

any other necessary modifications.

52 Classified information

(1)

Classified information may be relied on in making decisions or determining proceedings under the Immigration Act 2009 (as applied and modified by these regulations) if the Minister determines that the classified information relates to matters of security or criminal conduct.

Minister may rely on classified information in deciding whether to certify that person is specified person

(2)

If subclause (1) applies, the Minister may rely on classified information in deciding whether to certify that a person is a specified person.

(3)

Sections 34 to 42 of the Immigration Act 2009 apply, as appropriate and with the modifications set out in subclause (5) and any other necessary modifications, if the Minister makes a decision relying on classified information.

Proceedings involving classified information

(4)

Sections 240 to 244 and 252 to 270 of the Immigration Act 2009 apply, with the modifications set out in subclause (5) and any other necessary modifications, to any proceedings relating to a decision by the Minister that involves classified information to which subclause (1) applies.

References to Minister to be treated as references to Minister of Foreign Affairs

(5)

For the purposes of this regulation, each reference to the Minister in sections 34 to 40, 259, 262, 263, 265, and 267 of the Immigration Act 2009 must be treated as a reference to the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

53 Regulations operate in addition to Immigration Act 2009

Regulations 48 to 52 operate in addition to the Immigration Act 2009 and any regulations made under that Act.

Minister’s consent

54 Minister may consent to prohibited activity

(1)

If the Minister consents to an activity under this regulation, any prohibition that would otherwise apply to the activity under these regulations does not apply to the activity.

(2)

The Minister may consent to an activity under this regulation only if the Minister is satisfied that the activity is—

(a)

justified on humanitarian grounds; or

(b)

not inconsistent with the objectives of the resolutions.

Committee exemptions

Heading: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 13 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

54A Effect of Committee exemptions

If the Committee exempts any activity from the measures imposed by the resolutions, any prohibition that would otherwise apply to the activity under these regulations does not apply to the activity.

Regulation 54A: inserted, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 13 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Miscellaneous provisions

55 Offences

For the purposes of section 3(1) of the United Nations Act 1946, a person who contravenes or fails to comply with any provision of these regulations commits an offence against these regulations.

56 Attorney-General’s consent needed for certain prosecutions

A prosecution for an offence against these regulations that is alleged to have been committed outside New Zealand may not be commenced without—

(a)

the Attorney-General’s consent; and

(b)

the Attorney-General’s certificate that it is expedient that the prosecution be commenced.

Schedule Luxury goods

r 3(1)

Alcoholic beverages

Bone china

Cameras and movie equipment

Carpets and tapestries

Cars, motorcycles, snowmobiles, aircraft, and their parts and accessories

Caviar and its substitutes

Chocolate

Computers, audiovisual equipment, data or software (for example, films, music, or both, recorded or stored digitally), and things on which data or software is or may be recorded or stored

Cosmetics

Crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates, and goods containing those species

Crystal glassware

Deer velvet

Designer clothing

Designer furniture

Fountain pens

Fur products and artificial fur products

Honey and its derivatives

Jewellery

Leather bags and clothes

Mobile telephones

Musical instruments

Perfumes

Portable electronic devices (for example, digital audio players, activity trackers, and headsets)

Precious metals of any kind, precious and semi-precious stones, and articles made from them

Ships and their parts and accessories

Sporting goods and equipment

Tobacco

Tuna, toothfish, salmon, and goods containing those species

Works of art, collector’s pieces, and antiques

Wristwatches

Schedule: amended, on 4 January 2018, by regulation 14 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/290).

Michael Webster,
Clerk of the Executive Council.

Issued under the authority of the Legislation Act 2012.

Date of notification in Gazette: 20 April 2017.

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