FAST FIVE: US Offers $5 Million For Info On China's 'Flagrant' N.Korea Sanctions Violations
US Offers $5 Million For Info On China's 'Flagrant' N.Korea Sanctions Violations Tyler Durden Wed, 12/02/2020 – 20:00 The Trump administration has with only weeks to go till Biden's inauguration in January launched a new sanctions enforcement related initiative regarding North Korea that allows individuals or officials to report violations for a monetary reward.
The State Department published its new website DPRKrewards.com on Tuesday which offers up to $5 million for specific information leading to the “disruption” of “persons engaged in certain activities that support North Korea.” Via NK state media With such a large sum it appears they are certainly hoping to attract potential internal regime whistleblowers or even intentioned defectors.
official for North Korea said.
North Korea engages in illegal cyber hacks against the US as well as evasion of sanctions to fund its illegal nuclear weapons program.
Not once,” the US official added.