New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Winston Peters has announced a new package of anti-Russian sanctions, Report informs referring to TASS.

According to the document posted on the website of the country’s government, the sanctions will cover prices on Russian oil and exports of some commodity to Russia and Belarus via third countries. The package also includes restrictions against Russian individuals and companies.

“New Zealand has sanctioned a further 61 Russian individuals and entities, including those involved in sanctions evasion procurement networks,” the top diplomat said, adding that falling under the sanctions are “those involved in the procurement of weapons from North Korea.”