UN to Continue Investigation over Cuban Weapons Sent to North Korea

HAVANA TIMES – The group of UN experts tasked with enforcing compliance with the sanctions imposed on North Korea will continue to investigate the case of the Chong Chon Gang vessel, detained last year in Panama for transporting weapons from Cuba, EFE reported.

The investigation has yet to determine which individuals or entities participated in the operation and could result in sanctions against those involved.

According to the group’s annual report, published this month, the ship was carrying the largest cargo of weapons forbidden by international sanctions detected en route to North Korea since the embargo was established.

Group Coordinator Martin Uden regretted the Cuban government didn’t provide the UN with all of the information requested.

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  • March 24, 2014 at 2:21 pm

    I want to add, I would never tell anybody they are “hyper-sensitive” to racism or any other kind of abuse they have been subjected to. It is my assumption that any given person is as sensitive as they need to be, given their own experiences and knowledge.

    I was truly annoyed and disgusted to hear Chris Matthews, speaking on his show after Obama’s 2nd Inaugural address, in which he plainly stated that anybody who from this point on criticized President Obama is clearly a racist, because he, Chris Matthews, was so spell bound by Obama’s speech that “for a whole hour, we forgot he was black”. What a stunning example of racist projection and liberal white guilt!

    That is what I’m complaining about.

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