North Korea linked ship sails into S. Korean waters
Vessel stops within a few hundred meters of another vessel, sanctioned by the U.S.
A vessel which regularly visits North Korea sailed into South Korean waters on Sunday, where it stopped within a few hundred meters of a vessel sanctioned by the U.S. and formerly the UN, tracking by NK Pro revealed.
The 7000 tonne New Global sailed close to a number of South Korean islets near the country’s south coast. The ship stopped broadcasting its position on Monday morning.
The cargo vessel is a regular visitor to the DPRK and is even frequently mentioned in the North’s media. The KCNA Watch data tool has featured the
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