It became known as the Maybach and Pullman limousines were in North Korea

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It became known as the Maybach and Pullman limousines were in North Korea

American journalists conducted its own investigation into how luxury cars Mercedes-Benz Maybach and Pullman was in Korea, despite an official ban by the United Nations.

We will remind that since 2006, the country banned the import and sale of luxury goods, which is trying different ways to get local dictator Kim Jong-UN.

According to the published report, limousines, Daimler sent smuggled into the DPRK from Rotterdam. Two cargo container has done a difficult and confusing path through China, South Korea, Japan and.

As the authors of the investigation, in illicit traffic in the final stage took the ship DN5505, which belongs ton businessman Daniel Kazachok.

In a telephone interview with journalists the New York Times, then confessed that his ship participated in transportation of the cars for Kim Jong-UN. The businessman refused to disclose details of the deal, citing commercial secrecy.

If you believe the report of the international organization C4ADS, in the smuggling of luxury goods to North Korea is involved in about 90 countries of the world.

In Daimler intend to conduct its own investigation to fully trace the path of the limousine and determine involved in smuggling.