No evidence of new DPRK arms deliveries to Russia, yet cooperation raises concerns for European security - Pentagon
Deputy Pentagon spokeswoman Sabrina Singh said that there is no confirmation of new arms supplies from the DPRK to Russia, but their cooperation could affect security in Europe
She made the statement at her briefing.
According to her, the Pentagon continues to monitor military cooperation between Russia and the DPRK.
She said that as of today, there are no confirmed reports of new arms shipments, but the United States and other countries are concerned about deepening cooperation between the two regimes, as it could affect the security situation in Europe and on the Korean Peninsula.
- The Russian leadership is intensifying relations with North Korea to purchase more artillery ammunition from abroad amid a shortage of ammunition in Russia.