UN Probes Tanzania and Uganda Deals With North Korea
Tanzania and Uganda are among several African countries under United Nations scrutiny for violations of sanctions against North Korea. According to a UN panel of experts' report, Tanzania is under investigation over alleged military dealings with a North Korean firm, while Uganda is being probed for the training of military and police by the Asian country.
East African, 13 September 2017
Tanzania and Uganda are among several African countries under the United Nations scrutiny for violations of sanctions against North Korea. Read more »
President Museveni (L) welcomes his South Korean counterpart Park Geun-Hye to State House Entebbe on last weekend.
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