North Korean ship leaves Shanghai following position transmission blackouts
DPRK vessel has been loitering in the area for weeks apparently without entering ports
A North Korean vessel which was previously loitering near Shanghai appeared to return to the DPRK on Sunday, though not before disappearing from international tracking systems for a short period.
Previous NK Pro reports have highlighted a possible uptick in unusual North Korean ship activity near China’s coastline, noting the North Korean flagged K Morning’s recent seemingly fruitless journeys to the Chinese port city.
The NK Pro ship tracker shows the K Morning again sailed away from Shanghai after waiting in nearby waters since the first week of August, without apparently entering any
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