The US government want to $2.3 million from companies associated with North Korea

the U.S. Government has sent a lawsuit against four companies to charge them with $2.3 million for his involvement in the laundering credt in the interests of the North Korean banks, according to the U.S. justice Department.

According to the statement, the company participated in the laundering scheme payments addressed under sanctions banks and companies of the DPRK. In particular, one of the companies purchased for the DPRK, the Russian oil, the other bought from North Korea coal, resold it and bought for DPRK goods, “including nuclear and missile components.”

According to prosecutors, the use of these companies allowed North Korea to circumvent us sanctions.

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