(1) the United States should apply economic and other financial sanctions to foreign
traffickers of illicit opioids to protect the national security, foreign policy, and
economy of the United States and the health of the people of the United States;
(2) it is imperative that the People's Republic of China follow through on full implementation
of the new regulations, adopted May 1, 2019, to treat all fentanyl analogues as controlled
substances under the laws of the People's Republic of China, including by devoting
sufficient resources for implementation and strict enforcement of the new regulations;
(3) the effective enforcement of the new regulations should result in diminished trafficking
of illicit fentanyl originating from the People's Republic of China into the United
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