U.N. Report Says North Korea Defied Sanctions With Arms Sales, Oil Imports
Tuesday, 12 March 2019 North Korea has broken United Nations sanctions with a "massive" increase of oil imports and coal exports, a U.N. report has found, CNN reports. The 400-page document released Monday by the U.N. Panel of Experts on North Korea said that Pyongyang had also tried to sell weapons in the Middle East and hacked banks across the world. The report comes after the collapse of last month's talks between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, Vietnam, in part due to disagreement over when to remove sanctions in exchange for steps toward Pyongyang's denuclearization. The report said that Pyongyang rendered sanctions ineffective by increasing the number of ship-to-ship...
According to CNN, a UN report has found that North Korea has broken UN sanctions with a "massive" increase of oil imports and coal exports. The 400-page document released Monday by the UN Panel of Experts on North Korea said that Pyongyang had also tried to sell weapons in the Middle East and hacked...
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