Russian Ambassador to Pyongyang Alexander Matsegora said on May 25 that there was no talk of supplying North Korea with ammunition to Russia. Thus, he commented on the statements of a number of media about the alleged supply of ammunition.
He noted that at the moment the situation in the DPRK is complex and “actually pre-war”.
“The accumulated arsenals are about to (God forbid, of course!) may be required here. What kind of delivery of shells anywhere else can we talk about? – quotes the words of the diplomat “RIA Novosti”.Projectile out of turn: the Russian army will not have a shortage of ammunition In the Russian Federation they will produce three times more than NATO countries can supply to Ukraine is not going to attack the US, Japan and South Korea.
On January 29, Kwon Jong-geun, Director of the Department of US Affairs at the DPRK Foreign Ministry, warned that the United States could face unpleasant consequences if false information about the arms trade between Russia and North Korea continues to be spread.
Prior to this, on November 2, John Kirby, coordinator of the US National Security Council for Strategic Communications, reported that Washington allegedly had information about secret deliveries of artillery shells by North Korea to Russia for their further use in a special operation.Share: