North Korean weapons not decisive but could sustain Russia in Ukraine: Experts
DPRK could send amunition, spare parts or rocket launchers but such support would not make ‘transformative difference’
North Korean weapons supplies to Russia will help sustain Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, but it probably won’t be a deciding factor in the war, experts told NK Pro.
According to an unnamed U.S. official cited by CBS News last week, the DPRK has started transferring artillery to Russia. The report added that it wasn’t clear whether the transfer was a limited consignment or part of a new long-term supply chain.
Although the U.S. has accused North Korea of sending arms to Russia since last year, the clearest indication of DPRK
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