N. Koreans still at work in Namibia, despite pledge to cut ties | NK News
June 14, 2024
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N. Koreans still at work in Namibia, despite pledge to cut ties

Visit reveals Mansudae Overseas Projects at work on ruling party-linked project in Windhoek

Namibia’s military-owned August 26 (Pty) Limited company and its National Central Intelligence Service (NCIS) have emerged as key players in continued violations of United Nations Security Council sanctions against North Korea in the southern African nation.

A visit by NK News revealed that August 26 is currently using the North Korean company Mansudae Overseas Projects to construct a new headquarters for the NCIS in Windhoek.

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