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"It's very difficult for us to resolve this issue"

Poland carries most of the responsibility for ensuring that North Korean labor is not used at the country's shipyards, says Secretary General Christophe Tytgat of Sea Europe. MEPs addressed the issue last year.

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The problem of North Korean forced labor being used at shipyards in Poland should first and foremost be resolved locally, says Sea Europe, the European Ships and Maritime Equipment Association.

Last week, Danish media DR2 Dokumentar and Information reported that North Korean yard laborers have worked on the construction of a Danish naval vessel at Polish yard Crist in 2014.

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