Information related to shipping in and around the DPRK
New satellite imagery shows movement of 3 Air Koryo cargo planes, possibly to Shenyang airport on Monday
Voyage marks rare appearance of a foreign-flagged ship outside a North Korean port since start of COVID-19 pandemic
Reversal comes just months after China and North Korea agreed to restart rail freight to bolster bilateral trade
China’s data privacy laws and friction with the West may soon make ship tracking information hard to come by in Asia
North Korea sanctions violated thousands of times by Toll Holdings, Ltd., US Treasury says
Apparent delivery comes as North Korea’s primary seaport sees increased activity in recent weeks
Likely DPRK vessel spent just a week outside Nampho, suggesting policy change or special shipment ahead of holiday
Tracking what ships are scrapped or still afloat isn’t easy, a situation Pyongyang knows how to exploit
DPRK foreign ministry calls surveillance by French frigate near Korean Peninsula an ‘overt military provocation’
Overall traffic at Nampho fuel depots appears to dip in winter as sea navigation becomes more challenging
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