Despite ongoing investigations into sanctions-violating DPRK coal imports, South Korean ports are still allowing vessels owned by UN-designated companies to use their facilities. Even though the vessel themselves are not sanctioned, an apparently-overlooked paragraph from 2016’s Resolution 2270 states vessels owned by sanctioned companies should be prohibited from non-DPRK ports. The Belize-flagged Xin Yang 688

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