On Thursday, the Pentagon warned North Korea against supplying weapons to Russia. The ministry said: “Resupplying any weapons to Russia violates UN Security Council resolutions voted on by Russia itself, so we call on North Korea not to conclude an agreement with Russia.”
“We are publicly warning North Korea that resupplying any weapons to Russia violates UN Security Council resolutions that Russia itself voted for, which is why we urge North Korea not to enter into an agreement with Russia,” said Deputy Journalist Sabrina Singh. As announced by the Pentagon Secretary, Thursday.
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Singh also added that any country that supports Russia not only prolongs the conflict but is also “directly involved in the killing of innocent Ukrainian civilians, officials and soldiers on the battlefield.” Meanwhile, the Pentagon stressed that there is currently no official confirmation that North Korea has supplied Russia with any weapons.
In turn, South Korea warned of a possible military agreement between the DPRK and the Russian Federation.
Earlier, the head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, Kirilo Budanov, announced that North Korea is supplying the Russian Federation with 122 mm and 152 mm bullets, in addition to Grad missiles.
Kim and Putin meeting
On Wednesday, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un met with Vladimir Putin in the Russian Far East. As Western analysts assume, Putin’s conversation with Kim was mainly about supplying North Korean weapons, especially artillery shells, to the Russian army attacking Ukraine.
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