According to the US intelligence report, Russia is going to buy millions of artillery shells and rockets from North Korea. This will impact the global sanctions that Moscow faces after its February invasion of Ukraine. All this also impacts the supply chains, Russia seems like a pariah state for the military suppliers.
Russia also received the shipments of Iranian drones a few days back in the first signal of the throttling influence sections of the nation.
The New York Times report noted that the declassified documents also provided few details of the weaponry, size, and timing of the shipment from Iran. Apart from this, Moscow is going to purchase more equipment from North Korea.
Words by Mason Clark:
The Kremlin should be alarmed that it has to buy anything at all from North Korea.
Let us tell you that he is the leader of the Russian team at the Institute for the Study of War. North Korea is trying to improve its relations with Russia while other countries are being pulled away from them. Vladimir Putin is the president of Russia. He and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un exchanged letters in which they called for “comprehensive” and “strategic and tactical” cooperation between the countries.
- Who is the President of Russia?
Ans. Vladimir Putin
- Who is the leader of North Korea?
- Does the buying of weapons a good sign for the rest of the nations?
Ans. This deal only increases tensions among the other nations.