Tanker’s impossible voyage signals new sanction evasion ploy

Jun 03 2021


The Cyprus-flagged oil tanker Berlina impossible journey may show the next frontier in the evolving methods used by rogue states and their enablers to fool satellite-based tracking systems so that they can circumvent sanctions without detection.

 

 

 

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