April 14, 2024

China’s petroleum exports to N. Korea fell by 75% in November, says Beijing

KITA data reports no diesel and gasoline was exported to DPRK in October and November

China’s petroleum exports to North Korea in November fell by a fifth compared to the previous month, a note submitted by the country's permanent mission in New York to the United Nations' 1718 Sanctions Committee this week read.

China exported 497.6 tons of petroleum with a value of USD$527,000 to the North, said the letter, obtained by NK News on Friday.

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