(ORDO NEWS) — North Korea may increase the supply of artillery ammunition to Russia, but it is unlikely that this will greatly affect the course of the war in Ukraine. Such a statement was made by American General Mark Milley. This is reported by AP.
According to him, the recent meeting of the two dictators will most likely force Pyongyang to provide Moscow with Soviet 152mm artillery shells. However, it is still unclear how much and how soon.
“Will there be a big difference? I am skeptical about it,” said Milli.
The US general added that he did not want to downplay Russia’s arms assistance too much, but doubted that it would be decisive.
It will be recalled that on September 12, the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, arrived on a visit to Russia. There, in particular, he met with Vladimir Putin. The North Korean dictator said that the DPRK supports all of Putin’s decisions and believes that Russia is waging a sacred struggle for its security.
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