North Korea denies US claims of supplying arms to Russia
08 November 2022 | 5:30 pm
Pyongyang said it was not involved in arms dealings with Russia, and had no plans to do so. The US previously indicated North Korea was supplying Russia with artillery shells for its war in Ukraine.
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