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Chinese ships delivered goods to North Korea despite sanctions

Despite tight sanctions against North Korea, six Chinese vessels have delivered goods to and from ports in the country, says the American UN delegation according to Wall Street Journal.

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According to the American UN delegation, six Chinese vessels delivered goods to and from several North Korean ports despite severe trade sanctions against the country, reports Wall Street Journal.

The vessels have allegedly delivered coal to ports in Vietnam and Russia and, according to US authorities, the problem of North Korean smuggled goods is increasing.

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