Report: China believed to have knowingly shipped banned missile-transport vehicles to N. Korea

June 2013
East-Asia-Intel Reports;6/12/2013, p8
The article presents information on a report from Japan according to which China was aware that vehicles it exported to North Korea in 2011 could be used for transporting and launching ballistic missiles. It is stated that the transfer violated a United Nation Security Council resolution. China has argued that the vehicles were designed for civilian use and could not be used for military purposes.


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