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Chinese ships selling oil to North Korean vessels about 30 times since October   [Copy link] 中文

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Chinaman2017 Post time: 2017-12-30 11:06
The U.S. provides arms to ISIS, why not China offer something to N.K. . It's a fair world.

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Says everyone, except China.

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This post was edited by huaqiao at 2017-12-30 15:20
South Korea briefly seized and inspected a Hong Kong-registered ship in November (2017) for transferring oil products to a North Korean vessel and breaching UN sanctions, a foreign ministry official said on Friday (Dec 29).

The Lighthouse Winmore, which was chartered by a Taiwanese company and carrying around 600 tonnes of oil products from South Korea’s Yeosu port, transferred part of its cargo to a North Korean vessel on Oct 19, the official said.

South Korean customs authorities briefly seized and inspected the ship when it returned to Yeosu Port on Nov 24, he added.

The ship in question was registered in Hong Kong but was chartered by a Taiwan company, not mainland China.







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Taipei said the Billions Bunker Group is not incorporated in Taiwan but in the Marshall Islands, and that it would “continue to fully comply” with UN sanctions against North Korea.

Taiwan’s transport ministry said it is investigating whether any Taiwanese entities were involved.

The Lighthouse Winmore came to Taiwan twice this year to “load supplies”, the ministry added, but gave no further details.

The ship is owned by a Hong Kong-registered company called Win More Shipping Limited. There was nobody Friday at the address given for the firm on Hong Kong’s companies registry.


From these information, it can be seen mainland China is not involved at all. It is not surprising those anti-China people in this forum or anywhere else would gladly jump in the the bandwagon to accuse China without checking the facts first. If there is nothing to accuse China of, they would even go to the extent of accusing the Chinese of trespassing just by taking a stroll on the street.

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My other post in not here yet.

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Post time 2017-12-30 15:31:26 |Display all floors
Some media do not report the whole truth but hold back crucial information just to raise tension against China. This is another example of such.

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