North Korea likely violated sanctions with military parade drone from China
There are at least four ways DJI’s Mavic 2 drones from China could violate DPRK sanctions
North Korea most likely violated international sanctions by importing Chinese camera drones to film its massive Oct. 10 military parade, according to military equipment analysts who spoke with NK News.
While analyzing a North Korean state TV broadcast of the military parade, analysts from Oryx identified at least one drone from the Shenzhen-based DJI Mavic 2 line.
The body of the Mavic 2 line is almost identical across the Mavic 2 Pro, Mavic 2 Zoom and Mavic 2 Enterprise, with slight differences in camera and capabilities. And during the parade, the drone was seen blinking its twin green lights on its
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