North Korea’s new cable car from Austrian ski resort
New gondola system at the DPRK's Masikryong resort could breach UN, EU sanctions
Photos obtained by NK Pro reveal North Korea’s new gondolas at the Masikryong ski resort originally came from Austria, in what could constitute a breach of UN luxury goods sanctions and EU regulations.
A recently installed cable car system now running up the Taehwa Peak in the DPRK’s Kangwon Province once ferried passengers around the high-end Ischgl resort on the border between Austria and Switzerland, as part of a network of 45 ski lifts and cable cars there.
Coming amid momentum for fresh United Nations sanctions to respond to the DPRK’s fourth nuclear
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