As a result of North Korea’s manifest violations of UN resolutions, in addition to the threat it poses to international peace and security, on 6 April, the EU Council expanded its nuclear-proliferation sanctions on North Korea. The EU’s new restrictive measures further expand the ban on EU investment in and with North Korea to the conventional arms-related industry, metallurgy and aerospace sectors, and ban the provision of certain services to entities and citizens inside North Korea. Regulation 2017/658 amends Regulation 329/2007, and Decisions 2017/666 and 2017/667 amend Decision 2016/849.