South Korean experts have grabbed a moment send associated with providing oil to North Korea infringing upon worldwide assents, authorities say.
The Panama-hailed tanker, which is named Koti, is being held at a port close to the western city of Pyeongtaek.
South Korea has just seized a Hong Kong-enrolled transport it suspects of subtly exchanging 600 tons of refined oil to a North Korean vessel.
The UN forced authorizes on the North in light of its weapons program.
The most recent vessel seized, which has a for the most part Chinese and Burmese team, is a 5,100-ton oil transporter, South Korean news organization Yonhap detailed.
South Korea uncovered on Friday that it was holding the Hong Kong-enrolled Beacon Winmore.
That ship entered Yeosu port in South Korea on 11 October to stack up with refined oil and left for Taiwan four days after the fact.
Be that as it may, rather than going to Taiwan it exchanged the oil to a North Korean ship and three different vessels in worldwide waters on 19 October, South Korean authorities were cited as saying.
The Beacon Winmore was seized when it came back to Yeosu in November and stays in South Korea