Japan says it detects apparent Chinese ship breaking North Korea sanctions

… government of Japan strongly suspects that they conducted ship-to-ship transfers banned by UNSCR,” Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a news release, referring to U.N. Security Council resolutions. A Japanese P-3 maritime patrol plane …
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