September 17, 2021

North Korea tried to sell 3,500KM range missiles – arms trader

"The price per unit was in excess of $100 million for those intermediate-range ballistic missiles and would be sold not less than three at a time"

LONDON - North Korea offered 3,500km intermediate range ballistic missiles to UK arms dealer Michael Ranger, information detailed in a new UN report has revealed for the first time.

Representatives from the North Korean front company Hesong Trading Corporation allegedly offered Mr. Ranger modern and vintage small arms and light weapons, GPS jammers, multiple launch rocket systems, and "extraordinarily," ballistic missiles with a range of up to 3,500 km.