Oil is one of the most important resources for any country in the world today, a country’s oil reserves show how economically powerful they are. Without oil resources or reserves, a country’s economy is at it’s weakest, that’s why oil is very important for the country. In this case, we have a shocking news that China was caught selling oil illegally to North Korea. Read the article to know more…

North Korea and the country’s war intentions!

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The intense verbal battle between North Korea and the United States has been going on for a decade now, just recently North Korea was barred in September by the United Nations Security Council from importing natural gas.

United Nations Security Council took some strict actions.

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The United Nations Security Council took some really strict actions against North Korea, the council barred the country from importing natural gas and they even capped their crude oil imports after the incident when Kim Jong Un’s nuclear missile program.

In order to block the rogue regime’s transportation networks.

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In order to stop the rogue regime’s transportation networks, in November the U.S. Treasury sanctioned North Korea’s Maritime Administration and its transport ministry to 6 North Korean shipping and trading companies and 20 of their vessels.

China is not the only country to export oil to North Korea.

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China may be the main source of oil export to North Korea but it isn’t the only country, Russia is also an exporter of oil to North Korea. In the year 2017, China did not export diesel or gasoline to North Korea in the month of November. But now China has been caught selling oil illegally to North Korea, find out the shocking pictures on Next Page…

The satellite images appear to identify the ships.

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Some really shocking pictures captured by the satellite, in picture one of the oil vessels were identified as Rye Song Gang 1, seen “connected to a Chinese vessel”. The vessel was part of the November sanctions, which was owned by the Korea Kumbyol Trading Company possibly transferring oil to evade sanctions.

An expert on North Korea at Fudan University in Shanghai said…

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The expert named Cai Jian said, “This is a natural outcome of the tightening of the various sanctions against North Korea, tightening … reflects China’s stance.” One of the government sources gave South Korea some shocking details, find out on Next Page…

Some shocking details…

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The source said, “We need to focus on the fact that the illicit trade started after a UN Security Council resolution in September drastically capped North Korea’s imports of refined petroleum products.”

Robert Kelly, a professor at Pusan National University said…

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Kelly said, “There is a lot of under-the-radar on the Chinese side, Beijing does not police the border strictly or enforce the sanctions toughly. This could be that.”

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