N. Korean ships open cargo holds in Chinese port, suggesting coal trade continues
Satellite imagery confirms that at least two vessels likely unloaded their coal cargos in China's Jingtang Port
Two of six North Korean vessels which entered a Chinese port on April 20 had open cargo bays and were unloading coal at the facility, satellite imagery taken as the ships were docked shows.
The 4600-tonne Pu Hae was one of several North Korean ships which entered the port over the course of two days, a previous report from NK News revealed, despite UN Resolutions and Chinese law currently prohibiting the import of the DPRK’s coal.
But satellite imagery taken while the North Korean freighter was in port appears to show the ship with its
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