Russian oil supplies to North Korea fell to yearly lows in July: UN data
Drop is similar to that which occurred last year, indicating a seasonal low
North Korean imports of Russian oil products dwindled in July, Moscow’s figures reported to the UN show, though similarly low levels were also recorded last year.
UN member states exporting oil products to North Korea are required to report the shipments to the UN’s 1718 Committee, which tracks the trade via their website.
China and Russia are so far the only countries who have reported any shipments to the committee, while total exports from all member states must not exceed 500,000 barrels per year.
Moscow’s latest numbers show that the country’s
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