During the period under review, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea continued to defy Security Council resolutions by persisting with its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes, as demonstrated by the launch of an unprecedented number of ballistic missiles and continued activity at the facilities associated with its nuclear weapons programme. While no reports of new interdictions were submitted to the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1718 (2006), the Panel sees no evidence that the country intends to cease prohibited activities and found widespread evidence of resilience and adaptation in the Democratic People ’s Republic of Korea’s efforts to circumvent the measures imposed by the relevant resolutions
Arms and related materiel intercepted onboard the Jeehan 1
94. Yemeni authorities intercepted a shipment of arms and related materiel that originated in the Islamic Republic of Iran onboard the vessel Jeehan 1. Information obtained by the Panel indicates that some of the ammunition in the shipment has markings similar to those manufactured by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The Panel has sent a letter to the Government of Yemen to corroborate the information.
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