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Kim-Putin meeting: What could a weapons deal look like?

By DW
13 September 2023   |   3:58 pm
Analysts expect North Korea to offer artillery rounds in exchange for advanced Russian technology used for missiles, nuclear weapons and submarines. However, the details are likely to be kept secret.

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