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Western media: Russia violates the sanctions regime against North Korea

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After a statement that Chinese tankers were pumping oil into the tankers of North Korea, the “democratic” media announced that Russia was doing the same. So, in the material Reuters With reference, of course, to unnamed sources of information, it is stated that Russia is violating the sanctions regime imposed by the UN against the DPRK.


Western media: Russia violates the sanctions regime against North Korea


As in the “Chinese” case, it is stated that Russia fills North Korea’s tankers in neutral waters, then these ships deliver fuel to the north of the Korean Peninsula.

The unnamed source of the Reuters news agency refers to satellite imagery, which "is at the disposal of the source, but it cannot demonstrate them, since they are secret."

If such pictures are available to the source, does this mean that they can be seen, under the flag of which state are the very tankers that allegedly pour fuel into the ships of North Korea?

A few days ago, China, in response to allegations against itself, stated that the statements about the transfer of oil for the needs of the DPRK do not correspond to reality. And everything ... "Sources" were silent.

Recall that earlier in the Western media published information that in the DPRK, Ukraine supplied rocket engines. According to experts, this was the possible reason for the sharp jump in the development of the North Korean missile program.
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  1. zzdimk
    zzdimk 30 December 2017 07: 22 New
    10
    And what does the West care about Russia? With whom we want, we are trading with that!
    1. Logall
      Logall 30 December 2017 07: 44 New
      17
      Quote: zzdimk
      And what does the West care about Russia? With whom we want, we are trading with that!

      So you can say about any situation! - with whom we want, with those and trade. With whom we want, we are fighting with that. With whom we want to be friends with them. Etc. etc.
      But there are norms of international law to which the Russian Federation has signed! As well as the sanctions that Russia imposed at the UN site ...
      1. Herculesic
        Herculesic 30 December 2017 07: 54 New
        15
        Logall - Alexander hi in vain our authorities fit into these sanctions against the DPRK! We need to annul them, and get out of the sanctions regime, and do the same for Iran!
        1. Stas157
          Stas157 30 December 2017 09: 37 New
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          Once the sanctions are announced, then we must comply. In this sense, the claims of the West are quite appropriate. The question is different. And why did you have to declare sanctions against North Korea to Russia ?! Are we now in the same harness with the West? It works against us!
          Personally, I have a claim only to the Kremlin, which obviously wanted to appease partners. That's how it turns out crookedly. First, we declare the sanctions themselves, and then we are indignant at the one who dared to convict Russia of non-compliance with these same sanctions.
          1. MOSKVITYANIN
            MOSKVITYANIN 30 December 2017 09: 57 New
            10
            Stas157 Once the sanctions are announced, then we must comply. In this sense, the claims of the West are quite appropriate.

            And what does the West provide evidence of a violation by the Russian Federation of the sanctions regime against the DPRK, there is not a word about this in the article, so what do you think the West is right in, that it can be blamed for any country in violation of anything?
          2. katana
            katana 30 December 2017 10: 01 New
            +6
            Quote: Stas157
            Once the sanctions are announced, then we must comply. In this sense, the claims of the West are quite appropriate. The question is different. And why did you have to declare sanctions against North Korea to Russia ?! Are we now in the same harness with the West? It works against us!
            Personally, I have a claim only to the Kremlin, which obviously wanted to appease partners. That's how it turns out crookedly. First, we declare the sanctions themselves, and then we are indignant at the one who dared to convict Russia of non-compliance with these same sanctions.

            And how do you imagine the consequences after Russia’s non-alignment with the DPRK’s sanctions due to violation of the latest nuclear non-proliferation regime? You need to think and look at least a step forward, and not as it is now - not to see beyond your own nose! If Russia, when voting on the sanctions of North Korea, vetoed this resolution, then where are the guarantees that in a couple of decades the country, to say the least those who are unfriendly towards Russia will not begin their steps towards developing nuclear weapons, and in this case the resolutions that Russia will try to push through the UN Security Council will not be blocked by its other permanent members with the right of veto? Bash to bash, as they say. Everything in this world interconnected and it’s good that the level of political thinking of the Russian leadership is much higher than the level of thinking on this forum among forum users. smile I am pleased with this fact. And forum users write that Katana "hates" the Russian government and the entire Russian people as a whole. request
            1. Stas157
              Stas157 30 December 2017 10: 41 New
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              Is North Korea spreading nuclear weapons? She just defends them, just like Russia does. Indeed, if it were not for nuclear weapons, the DPRK would have long been spread like Iraq, Yugoslavia, or Libya.
              Yes, and why, in that case, not to make such claims to Israel, which also owns nuclear weapons ?!
              1. katana
                katana 30 December 2017 11: 34 New
                +3
                Quote: Stas157
                Is North Korea spreading nuclear weapons? She just defends them, just like Russia does. Indeed, if it were not for nuclear weapons, the DPRK would have long been spread like Iraq, Yugoslavia, or Libya.
                Yes, and why, in that case, not to make such claims to Israel, which also owns nuclear weapons ?!

                Ukraine, for example, can start developing its own nuclear weapons in a certain number of years, or Turkey. And your protests will be answered exactly with your own words: "Is Ukraine, Turkey spreading nuclear weapons? They just protect them, just like as Russia does. If it weren’t for nuclear weapons, then Ukraine and Turkey would have been spread like Iraq, Yugoslavia or Libya. ” wassat I hope you are convinced of the weakness of your arguments, or rather, their absence.
                1. Stas157
                  Stas157 30 December 2017 14: 32 New
                  +7
                  Quote: katana
                  Ukraine, for example, can begin to develop its own nuclear weapons in a certain number of years, or Turkey. And your protests will be answered exactly with your own words

                  Well? What do you mean by this, I don’t understand? If Turkey or Ukraine wants to do this, they will. And of course, that’s what they’ll say, what I said. What is the problem?
                  Another question is that they are afraid of international reaction, unlike the DPRK! To do this, you need to have iron eggs. But Ukraine also has no money for anything. And about the American junta will never go against the will of its master.
                  Quote: katana
                  I hope you are convinced of the weakness of your arguments, or rather, their absence.

                  Yes, I became convinced of your demagogy.
            2. Said
              Said 30 December 2017 10: 51 New
              +3
              All this is good, but the name of Israel beats to him with one fact.
              1. katana
                katana 30 December 2017 11: 39 New
                +2
                Quote: Said
                All this is good, but the name of Israel beats to him with one fact.

                One fact of possessing Israel does not hit anything - Israel, unlike the DPRK, did not sign the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, didn’t receive legally nuclear technology, and then insolently did not withdraw from this treaty. Here it is! .
                1. MOSKVITYANIN
                  MOSKVITYANIN 30 December 2017 12: 09 New
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                  katana Israel, unlike the DPRK, did not sign an agreement on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, did not completely obtain legally nuclear technology, and then insolently did not withdraw from this agreement

                  But I thought you, dear (?), Know the mat. Part no ...
                  Israel didn’t sign the agreement you indicated
                  The DPRK announced its withdrawal from the NPT, however, many states proceed from the fact that the withdrawal was issued incorrectly from a legal point of view. The UN Secretariat continues to consider the DPRK as a party to the NPT.
                  RIA Novosti https://ria.ru/spravka/20150305/1050673013.html

                  and http://www.mid.ru/adernoe-nerasprostranenie/-/ass
                  et_publisher / JrcRGi5UdnBO / content / id / 1138817
                  1. katana
                    katana 30 December 2017 12: 28 New
                    +2
                    Israel did not sign the agreement on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons. If this is the case, ask the members of the forum themselves from this country, there are a lot of them!
                    1. MOSKVITYANIN
                      MOSKVITYANIN 30 December 2017 12: 56 New
                      +5
                      Quote: katana
                      Israel did not sign the agreement on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons. If this is the case, ask the members of the forum themselves from this country, there are a lot of them!

                      I actually wrote about the DPRK, you are our Troll ...
        2. Dedall
          Dedall 30 December 2017 17: 56 New
          +1
          Well, yes, during the events in Libya they were silent and drove past Gaddafi's gold. And here we are acting more subtle and no one can prove anything.
      2. 73bor
        73bor 30 December 2017 08: 00 New
        +5
        For some reason, the norms of international law are only for us and for China, and they didn’t go - if the USA would be a "forest", well, we trade, but what?
      3. mih_sergeev92
        mih_sergeev92 30 December 2017 10: 03 New
        +8
        Norms of international law? Do they even exist ?? Look at Libya, Syria and Iraq, remember Yugoslavia. This is also in accordance with international law ?? Or are they not written for everyone? I think many will agree with this, if one country does not comply with them, then it certainly does not have the right to demand their implementation.
      4. pjastolov
        pjastolov 30 December 2017 10: 58 New
        +2
        Quote: Logall
        But there are rules of international law to which I signed

        Hi Sanya hi and in Hong Kong they don’t work, they have their own laws, so you can trade with anyone through it
      5. MOSKVITYANIN
        MOSKVITYANIN 30 December 2017 13: 10 New
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        Quote: Logall
        So you can say about any situation! - with whom we want, with those and trade. With whom we want, we are fighting with that. With whom we want to be friends with them. Etc. etc.
        But there are norms of international law to which the Russian Federation has signed! As well as the sanctions that Russia imposed at the UN site ...

        Why this saying of sanction for the supply of petroleum products to the DPRK do not prohibit their full supply there, but only limit....
        “Russia fully and strictly observes the sanctions regime. We would like to recall that there are, of course, quotas for the supply of fuel (i.e. oil products), but there is no complete ban (resolution 2397). The enforcement of the sanctions regime is carried out by the 1718 committee, ”the department explained.

        https://news.mail.ru/politics/32124033/?frommail=
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    2. krops777
      krops777 30 December 2017 14: 40 New
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      Russia violates the UN sanctions regime imposed on the DPRK.


      Another pretext to introduce another package of sanctions against us, and whether it was or not was not important for the USA.
  2. 210ox
    210ox 30 December 2017 07: 25 New
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    But what kind of sanctions do we have to deal with North Koreans? Why should we go on about those who block oxygen ourselves.
    1. DEDPIHTO
      DEDPIHTO 30 December 2017 07: 37 New
      +9
      Well, why? —A mutually beneficial partnership? .. we are sanctioned (and our economy went uphill! Wow import substitution! -LADIES will not let us lie), striped-ours ,, what you please ,,
    2. katana
      katana 30 December 2017 10: 06 New
      +2
      Quote: 210ox
      But what kind of sanctions do we have to deal with North Koreans? Why should we go on about those who block oxygen ourselves.

      Read my comment above and you will understand the motive of your government. This is one of the few times when I agree with your government.
  3. Fedorov
    Fedorov 30 December 2017 07: 33 New
    +3
    The fact that Yuzhmash could supply engines, maybe they are impoverished, there are no salaries, they are on strike. Kapets them without Russia. Is it possible to single out trawl buses, well, or pans ..
    And about oil, FIG knows.
  4. Tusv
    Tusv 30 December 2017 07: 33 New
    +6
    Damn it, Americans. Tankers load unload at sea, when on the railway
    1. den3080
      den3080 31 December 2017 00: 11 New
      0
      well, that’s just betraying them with their head)) they judge by themselves - they don’t deliver wagons to anyone, the oceans, and all are tankers and they are stored in tankers a lot.
      and with geography they are traditionally very poor, from small to large, and they compose as they can.
  5. midivan
    midivan 30 December 2017 07: 42 New
    +2
    what Did I understand correctly that Batkina Mustache is visible on the photo? bully
    1. Fedorov
      Fedorov 30 December 2017 08: 19 New
      +3
      There is not only a mustache, but also Putin's bald head wink
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      3. Sergey Shatin
        Sergey Shatin 30 December 2017 08: 57 New
        +2
        Fedorov! You are not at all adequate people. You do not pull for more. Advice - be interested in what Europe sets out ...
  6. Amurets
    Amurets 30 December 2017 07: 46 New
    +1
    If such pictures are available to the source, does this mean that they can be seen, under the flag of which state are the very tankers that allegedly pour fuel into the ships of North Korea?
    Dope rushing like a yeast. I’d like to ask, why do we need this? There is a railway junction: Hassan-Tumangan. Khasan is a station of the Far Eastern Railway, the only border crossing of the Russian Railways network with the DPRK. Named after the village of the same name. I really don’t know if it works now.
    1. Lyton
      Lyton 2 January 2018 02: 05 New
      +1
      take the Amur word for word, we need it, and at night from the satellite, why the hell will you see who transfuses to whom, suspicion is not proof. tongue
  7. begemot20091
    begemot20091 30 December 2017 07: 56 New
    +2
    Quote: Logall
    Quote: zzdimk
    And what does the West care about Russia? With whom we want, we are trading with that!

    So you can say about any situation! - with whom we want, with those and trade. With whom we want, we are fighting with that. With whom we want to be friends with them. Etc. etc.
    But there are norms of international law to which the Russian Federation has signed! As well as the sanctions that Russia imposed at the UN site ...

    so to speak: we see flags on tankers, but we didn’t see how they shot down Boeing belay
    1. The leader of the Redskins
      The leader of the Redskins 30 December 2017 08: 08 New
      +2
      And who did not see? Zakharchenko - with his own eyes ... Our military - with his radars ... The Spanish dispatcher - with his monitor ...
      1. NKT
        NKT 30 December 2017 09: 22 New
        +1
        Petro Poroshenko on the screen of his monitor ....
  8. Herculesic
    Herculesic 30 December 2017 07: 57 New
    +4
    And what is there about the satiated deceitful Europe, doesn’t throw at the ukroins, for the supply of rocket engines, and possibly for the transfer of technology to the North Koreans? And our Foreign Ministry also noted deadly silence on this message? Again, the "brotherly people" shut their mouths to the curious? ??
  9. shinobi
    shinobi 30 December 2017 08: 11 New
    +2
    Throw-in. Another reason for sanctions is sought.
  10. Esoteric
    Esoteric 30 December 2017 08: 27 New
    +1
    The unnamed source of the Reuters news agency refers to satellite imagery, which "is at the disposal of the source, but it cannot demonstrate them, since they are secret."

    Representatives of our Ministry of Foreign Affairs should call this source of Reuters all the forms of the three common words, using phrases and derivative forms, then send it to where the satellite images, if printed on soft paper, are used for their special purpose, demonstrate all gestures to this agency denoting the direction of movement and then
    it’s easy to switch to “you”, say: “But this is not your dog’s mind business”, and your partner will soften like scalded.

    laughing lol laughing
  11. Sergey Shatin
    Sergey Shatin 30 December 2017 08: 43 New
    +1
    ... tankers ... tankers ... Close North Korea with a BIG UMBRELLA !!! AND EVERYTHING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    1. PSih2097
      PSih2097 30 December 2017 09: 10 New
      +1
      Quote: Sergey Shatin
      Close North Korea with a BIG UMBRELLA !!!

      this ... laughing
      EW complex "Murmansk-BN".
  12. Rostislav
    Rostislav 30 December 2017 09: 21 New
    +2
    If this statement is true, then one can only be happy for Rosmia. As a truly great power, it increasingly acts according to its own understanding, without regard to the “international opinion” squeezed by the states.
    1. Lyton
      Lyton 2 January 2018 02: 11 New
      +1
      The whales act in exactly the same way, having their own opinion, but if you can then refer to it, they say that it is not government structures that are hooligans.
  13. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 30 December 2017 09: 26 New
    +1
    They are looking for another reason for some sanctions. Why are you looking for? When did they experience a complete lack of evidence?
    And on satellite images, probably, the names of the ships and the flags of nationality are also visible? wassat
    Modern victims of education and Hollywood.
  14. Prole
    Prole 30 December 2017 09: 59 New
    +1
    Let them direct their complaints to the WTO
  15. MOSKVITYANIN
    MOSKVITYANIN 30 December 2017 10: 07 New
    +1
    Reuters, citing, of course, unnamed sources of information, states that Russia violates the UN sanctions regime imposed on the DPRK.

    Actions of the Russian Federation. The Russian Federation suspends its participation in the agreement on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons and in the agreement on limiting the spread of missile technologies, and also submits to the Court
    Reuters
    I wonder which Court will take the liberty of not satisfying the requirements of the Russian Federation to refute information in the media, I think that all the Asia-Pacific media will boycott the media in the West (EU and USA) ...
  16. captain
    captain 30 December 2017 10: 23 New
    0
    Well, if there are smugglers in the USA, then why can't they be in Russia? We are also a democratic country and we have businessmen who illegally want to get rich. They are bad guys, as they say in the USA.
  17. Vard
    Vard 30 December 2017 10: 39 New
    0
    But I have absolutely reliable information ... but how can I not tell you ... this is a secret ... Americans supply oil to the DPRK ... as you know, they will sell for their green one ...
  18. The Siberian barber
    The Siberian barber 30 December 2017 10: 46 New
    0
    ... An unnamed source of the Reuters news agency refers to satellite images that "are at the disposal of the source, but he cannot demonstrate them, since they are secret" ....
    Old songs about the main thing (s) ...
    Well, I’m not a bit surprised if the Americans, under the “guise”, bargain for themselves))) Who, loudest than all, shouts: “stop the thief” ..? ...))
    Yes, and there were precedents .. Not once ...
  19. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 30 December 2017 10: 47 New
    +4
    satellite image with two tankers - evidence from the category of “nothing” (if the features of this particular ship are not visible and there is no evidence of time reference). Even a clearly visible flag is not proof - it can be raised in advance by anyone. And as such an option - a certain ship is loaded on Sakhalin with oil for an unsanctioned country, and along the route at a designated point it pours a part into a North Korean tanker - the denyuzhka does not smell. and no one saw the pictures - hefty secret ones. wink . Yes, and it’s easier for us and China to do such things by land - after all, nobody has canceled the message and the message - go and prove that it’s in a tank or wagon (truck) request
  20. Old26
    Old26 30 December 2017 11: 11 New
    +1
    I do not want to repeat myself, but nonetheless

    To journalists of the Reitar agency and other journalists, regardless of your nationality. That is, the journalists of the "Democratic" West and "totalitarian" Russia - LEARN THE MATCH BEFORE WRITING TO THE PURGU YOU WRITE. For a change, read paragraph 14 of the very UN Security Council sanctions to which you refer. After reading at least this paragraph of sanctions, all your writings are not worth a damn.
  21. Alex Justice
    Alex Justice 30 December 2017 11: 26 New
    +1
    Sanctions have only one goal: a change of government through the destruction of industry and the impoverishment of the population, to make the population dissatisfied with the government. This tactic has worked in many countries.
    Sanctions are not humane. Why should the population suffer only because the West wants to change the government that the population has chosen?
    We need to agree, but the problem is that the West cannot be trusted. The West is not honest in politics, applying double standards.
  22. Kent0001
    Kent0001 30 December 2017 11: 27 New
    0
    This is the sources on China's statement shut up. Nobody pays any attention to our statements, so I think you can wait for the promotion of this topic and the escalation of the situation in relation to us. Another reason to tighten sanctions against us.
  23. Fgup
    Fgup 30 December 2017 12: 28 New
    +1
    If there are any tankers in the pictures, then most likely the flag of some Virgin or Bahamas, and the host company is registered in offshore. So the claims are not addressed - Russia faithfully implements the decisions of the UN Security Council.
  24. Tektor
    Tektor 30 December 2017 12: 42 New
    +1
    How can Russia, under sanctions, violate the sanctions regime? You then lift the sanctions against the Russian Federation that are illegal, then you will have a moral right to blame us for something.
  25. HMR333
    HMR333 30 December 2017 12: 54 New
    +1
    yesterday China today Russia))) tomorrow they will get carried away and the USA themselves will write here that will be Hochma!
  26. SEER
    SEER 30 December 2017 12: 54 New
    +1
    North Korea needs help. From the word "definitely."
    Eun, by the way is sick, he has that disease when insulin is required.
  27. bratchanin3
    bratchanin3 30 December 2017 13: 14 New
    +1
    If we violate the sanctions regime, well, so there was no need to vote for him. And violate no way! Ay - ah.
  28. Piramidon
    Piramidon 30 December 2017 13: 25 New
    +1
    The unnamed source of the Reuters news agency refers to satellite imagery, which "is at the disposal of the source, but it cannot demonstrate them, since they are secret."

    Everything, as always.

    Morons from Reuters. Korea and I have a common border. There are no pipelines. Nah us some troubles with tankers?
  29. PValery53
    PValery53 30 December 2017 15: 50 New
    0
    Russia SHOULD NEVER and NEVER sing to the tune of the West !! And the west, the time will come, submit to Russia !!
  30. renics
    renics 30 December 2017 16: 49 New
    0
    The sanction regime is an invention of the West itself, reminiscent of the state of civil society in the era of slavery in the United States, therefore they go through the woods with their discriminatory oppression, which they pretend to be exclusive freedom in an exclusive nation.
  31. slavaseven
    slavaseven 30 December 2017 17: 00 New
    0
    Mnogohodovochka?
    Ukraine (most likely with US permission) is supplying DPRK engines for missiles with nuclear weapons. Is the US hysterical over the development of nuclear weapons and are themselves creating a pretext for aggression and military intervention?
  32. Wolka
    Wolka 30 December 2017 20: 43 New
    0
    a well-fed hungry man will not understand ... and a wounded cornered dog goes behind the flags, is it worth it to bring the situation to a critical moment, it is better to trade than to fight, and there is nothing to engage in verbiage ...
  33. The poor man
    The poor man 1 January 2018 08: 47 New
    0
    How much can you dance to the tune of the United States? It is high time for our authorities to introduce counter-sanctions in the form of establishing business and trade agreements with countries against which the United States imposed sanctions. This compensates, in some part, for our economic losses from US sanctions and will be useful to those countries, and let the United States wash themselves with its reckless policies.