Russian exports to North Korea remain stable in June, medicine value rises
Staple items such as flour, oil, sugar and fuel decreased slightly while medicines made a big jump in volume and value
Russian exports to North Korea remained stable through June, with staple items such as flour, oil, sugar and fuel decreasing slightly in volume while the value of medicines rose.
In general, Russian and Chinese trade has appeared to return to pre-pandemic levels for staple goods, with a notable rise in medicine imports. Russia also continued the trend of topping up China’s fuel contribution to equal around 2,500 tons every month, reporting to the U.N. that it had exported 1,320 tons, compared to China’s 1,006 tons in June.
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