North Korea continuing to breach UN sanctions in Warsaw: investigation
Polish companies involved in rental agreements, evidence of links to embassy officials
Poland has not implemented United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions against the DPRK in Warsaw, with North Korea continuing to be in breach of provisions prohibiting the use of its embassy property for commercial activities, an NK Pro investigation can reveal.
Office building space located on the North Korean Embassy’s property at Ul. Bobrowiecka 1a, 00-728, Warszawa is still being leased to Polish companies, some of which are involved in the rental and sub-letting operations.
UNSC Resolution 2321, passed in November 2016, says that “Member States shall prohibit the DPRK from using real property that it
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