Fiji police continue investigation into illegal flag use by N. Korea-linked ships
Number of DPRK ships using Fijian flags drops between February and March
Fiji police are continuing an investigation into misuse of the country’s flag by vessels with ties to North Korea, and will bring charges when they have completed gathering evidence, according to recent local media reports.
The news comes as the number of ships with links to the DPRK using the Fijian flag dropped between February and late March, analysis of the NK Pro vessel tracker shows.
Previous reports from NK Pro revealed that over twenty vessels connected to the DPRK’s maritime networks had begun sailing with Fijian flags. The practice – known as using
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