Japan says Chinese ship likely transferred fuel to North Korean tanker, violating UN sanctions

A Japanese navy surveillance aircraft has spotted a suspected Chinese-flagged ship apparently transferring fuel to a North Korean tanker on the open seas, Japan’s Foreign Ministry said Tuesday. A ministry statement said the two vessels were suspected of …
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