Sanctioned North Korean shipping company still operating
Analysis of tracking data shows that OMM's Chinese operations remain unaffected
The North Korean shipping company embroiled in a recent attempt to illicitly smuggle weapons through the Panama Canal appears to be operating normally in Chinese waters, according to an NK News analysis of shipping data.
Out of 14 operating vessels, 10 have broadcast location data since June – indicating that they are still operating in Chinese ports. This is despite UN resolution 2094, which should allow for member states to freeze the assets of sanctioned entities.
“UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 2094 requires China and all other member states to freeze OMM’s assets, to apply ‘enhanced monitoring’ to OMM
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