The investigation into banned North Korean coal shipments into South Korea will wrap up today, with officials set to reveal the results of their probe that began in October last year.
The South Korean government has been looking into nine cases. in which North Korean coal disguised as Russian coal might've been brought into the South.
The results are expected to show the South was partially responsible for failing to flag the banned shipments.
South Korean's Foreign Ministry said earlier this week that the coal was from Russia, and there was "no confirmation of a violation" of UN Security Council resolutions.