UN probes Tanzania and Uganda deals with North Korea
Wednesday September 13 2017
An underwater test-fire of a strategic submarine ballistic missile at an undisclosed location in North Korea on April 23, 2016. The country is under new UN sanctions for its defiant efforts to build nuclear weapons. PHOTO | AFP
The UN experts said Haegeumgang Trading Corporation is reported to be repairing and upgrading Tanzanian surface-to-air missile systems and air defence radar.
The UN investigators also said they are looking into the role of the military attaché office in the North Korean embassy in Kampala.
North Korea, under UN sanctions for its defiant efforts to build nuclear weapons, has for many years sent military trainers to Uganda.