US issues sanctions in crackdown on North Korea oil imports
The US has announced sanctions on several individuals and companies based in Taiwan and Hong Kong, saying they helped North Korea evade international restrictions on its petroleum trade by using the illicit transfers
The US also alleged that North Korea has received deliveries of refined petroleum directly from ships flagged under other, un-named, countries, and said those countries had not reported the deliveries to the UN
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