US warns North Korea for supplying weapons to Russia
US warns North Korea for supplying Russia with weapons for war
In recent article published by The Peninsula, the White House warned on Tuesday that North Korea would “pay a price” if it supplies Russia with weaponry for its war in Ukraine, with Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin expected to hold talks on the issue.
US warns North Korea as sanctions-hit Russia is reportedly eager to secure more military supplies from its ally to bolster its forces as Kyiv pushes a highly scrutinized counteroffensive to take back its territory. US warns North Korea as national security advisor Jake Sullivan said Pyongyang and Moscow were eyeing leader level discussions, perhaps even in person on Russia’s arms needs.
US warns North Korea as Sullivan said Russia could use weapons from North Korea to attack food supplies and heating infrastructure heading into winter to try to conquer territory that belongs to another sovereign nation. US warns North Korea and they will pay a price for this in the international community, Sullivan added.
Sullivan added that the US warns North Korea as it looks like Russia is having to turn to a country like North Korea. The US warns North Korea, knowing that the Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu traveled to North Korea in July seeking to acquire additional munitions for the war.
As the US warns North Korea, Kremlin commented on Tuesday that they are unable to confirm a summit between Putin and Kim. The US warns North Korea, yet Shoigu said on Monday that Russia was considering joint military drills with North Korea. He added that there is no reason to stop the military drills since they are neighbors.
The US warns North Korea as Russia was already in secret talks with the North to acquire a range of munitions and supplies for Moscow’s war effort. Kim is likely to head by armored train later this month to Vladivostok, on Russia’s Pacific coast not far from North Korea, to meet Putin, US warns North Korea to pay the price of the said transactions.