Japan reports to UNSC another case of N. Korea’s illegal ship-to-ship transfer of goods

Japan reports to UNSC another case of N. Korea’s illegal ship-to-ship transfer of goods


Japan has reported conn-young to the UN
Security Council sanctions committee on North Korea providing evidence the
regime is engaging in the legal ship-to-ship transfers of goods in
violation of UN sanctions Tooker’s foreign ministry said friday that one of
japan’s p1 patrol planes spotted a north korea flag crude oil tanker Needham’s on
8th next to a small vessel on december 16th and 17th in the East China Sea just
off the coast of Shanghai the mystery said the two vessels were linked
together with a host this is the 15th such instance since January that Japan
has reported North Korea for engaging in such activity

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4 Replies to “Japan reports to UNSC another case of N. Korea’s illegal ship-to-ship transfer of goods”

  1. We need to take action against North Korea, so they realize that they can’t keep on walking all over us.

    We’re all too kind and forgiving. Thats our weakness.

  2. the only thing the us is concerned about north korea is their nukes. otherwise they are fine.
    but between nk and japan is true hostility

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