It also said that North Korea made around 200 million dollars a year ago by exporting coal and other commodities in violation of United Nations sanctions aimed at reigning in the country's nuclear weapons programme.
North Korea has been developing nuclear weapons and sophisticated long-range missiles.
The U.N. and United States have introduced a wave of sanctions aimed at curbing North Korea's development of nuclear weapons, including by seeking to reduce its access to crude oil and refined petroleum products.
Additionally, the document alleges that Pyongyang has provided weapons to Syria and Myanmar - which is "further evidence of arms embargo and other violations, including through the transfer of items with utility in ballistic missile and chemical weapons programs", the document read.
Pyongyang also appeared to have cooperated with Syria and Myanmar in ballistic missile development, according to monitors.
Myanmar's UN Ambassador said the Myanmar government has "no ongoing arms relationship, whatsoever, with North Korea".
China has consistently denied breaching sanctions.
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North Korea's economy has been heavily reliant on Beijing-$2.3 million of the $2.83 billion total exports were shipped to China in 2015. In 2013, Panamanian forces confiscated a North Korea-flagged ship after undeclared Cuban weapons and fighter jets from the Soviet era were found under sacks of sugar.
The report, which was submitted to the UN Security Council said the North "continued to export nearly all the commodities prohibited in the resolutions. between January and September 2017".
It pointed out "extensive use of a combination of multiple evasion tactics including indirect routes, detours, loitering, false documentation, trans-shipment through third countries" and other methods to obfuscate routes and hide the origin of North Korean coal.
Pyongyang was able to sell coal, steel, iron and petroleum products between January and September to multiple countries, monitors said, despite United Nations sanctions barring their export.
So, are Russian Federation and China colluding with North Korea? This sanction came after President Donald Trump signed an executive order in September that sought to isolate North Korea from the worldwide banking system while adding more pressure on its main industry and shipping, The New York Times reported.
The UN monitors "also investigated cases of ship-to-ship transfers of petroleum products in violation (of UN sanctions). and found that the network behind these vessels is primarily based in Taiwan province of China".
However, Syrian officials told the monitors that the only North Korean experts on its territory were involved in sports.