India, Denmark in possible breach of luxury goods sanctions
Two countries exported precious metals and stones to North Korea against UN Resolution 2094
India exported precious metals and stones, sometimes worth tens of thousands of dollars to North Korea, in a likely breach of UN resolution 2094 and Indian law, according to the UN Comtrade and Indian trade databases.
Exports of a similar nature, though much less valuable, were also recorded from Denmark throughout 2014, the same UN database shows, in a possible breach of EU law.
JEWELS FROM INDIA
According to the UN data, India sent numerous shipments of precious metals and stones after the passage of UN Resolution 2094 in March 2013, with the most recent occurring in
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