Over the past six months had intercepted two shipments from North Korea to address certain Syrian state institutions responsible for the program of development of chemical weapons. This was supposedly stated in a confidential UN report on the violation of sanctions against Pyongyang.
If it is not specified exactly what violations of the sanctions regime occurred and when it happened.
It is known that unidentified cargo was intercepted by two member States of the UN. Another state informed the Commission that she has suspicions that the goods were part of the contract KOMID with Syria.
Note that in early August, the UN security Council tightened sanctions against the DPRK. Now the country can not supply the coal, iron, lead, and seafood.