After the North Korean summit talks were dissolved last month, there is a growing pressure to pressure North Korea. This time, the United Nations Security Council has publicly disclosed that North Korea is deliberately avoiding sanctions against North Korea.
Washington correspondent Kim Soo Hyeong.
It is illegal transshipment photograph of North Korean ship disclosed by the North Korea sanctions committee under UN Security Council.
The North Korean Mongolian ship is stuck on another ship in the East China Sea and carries the oil.
Although Yuktan was disguised as another ship of Panamanian nationality, the ship was anchored in the Gulf of Africa, 7,000 miles away.
The sanctions stipulate North Nampo Port as a hotbed of illegal activities.
It is a way of sending illegal transshipment oil, which is export prohibited goods, overseas.
It is said that it is installed in the underwater pipeline to avoid the eyes of surveillance.
Kim Jong Eun pointed out that Kim Jong Eun’s loyalists, who were seen at the summit in Singapore, are also violating sanctions.
Mercedes Benz limousines, such as the Mercedes Benz limousine reported in the report, are classified as luxury goods and are not allowed to be exported to North Korea as a result of UN sanctions against North Korea.
It is estimated that Kim Jong Il’s lone cars entered North Korea through unusual routes.
The sanctions also say that a new building has been built near the experimental light water reactor in the Yongbyon nuclear facility and that North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs are still in full operation.