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KCNA: North Korea says it has never supplied weapons to Russia

North Korea denied the supply of weapons and ammunition Russia. This was reported by the Central News Agency of North Korea (KCNA). Reuters.

“Recently USA and other hostile forces spoke of “violation of the resolution” UN Security Council, spreading “rumors of arms deals” between North Korea and Russia. We have never exported weapons or ammunition to Russia before and do not plan to export them,” said the Deputy General Director of the Main Bureau of Equipment of the country’s Ministry of Defense.

The name of the interlocutor of the agency is not specified. He also advised Washington to stop “keep your mouth shut” and stop spreading rumors.

Former Permanent Representative of Russia to UN Vasily Nebenzya at a meeting of the Security Council demanded from the USA and Great Britain provide proof of the allegations Moscow that she allegedly buys weapons from Iran and North Korea.

On September 6, The New York Times wrote that Russia allegedly began buying artillery from the DPRK. According to the authors of the article, refer to Pyongyang to purchase “millions of shells and missiles,” Moscow was forced by Western sanctions that allegedly “severely limited its supply chains.”

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