But as a result of actions they’ve taken including assassinations outside of their country using banned chemical weapons, these are all very, very serious actions on their part. They put the public at risk, as well so that along with a number of other actions that they've taken resulted in their designation now again as a state sponsored terrorist.
We already have many of these actions in place through the current sanctions. It may though disrupt and dissuade some third parties from undertaking certain activities with North Korea as it does impose a prohibitional number of other activities that might not be covered
existing sanctions. But I think, importantly, this is just continuing to point out North Korea's illicit, unlawful behaviors internationally and we felt it necessary to reimpose the designation for that reason.