Russian fuel exports to North Korea worth USD$2.4 million in April: ITC
Figures also show a potentially sanctions-breaching shipment of iron and steel products
Russia’s oil product exports to North Korea were valued at USD$2.4 million in April – figures from the ITC Trade map show – a rise which appears in line with figures reported to the UN for the same month.
UN member states are required to report their oil product shipments to the 1718 Committee, though they only provide an overall picture of the shipments and do not include information on what types of refined oil are being exported.
The more detailed figures provided to the ITC trade map, however, show Russia’s shipments are predominantly of automobile
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