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Russia-North Korea Military Cooperation Concerns US

Washington could impose more sanctions, but analysts say penalties are unlikely to halt Moscow-Pyongyang alliance.

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White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby told reporters Wednesday the United States has concerns about any kind of potential defense cooperation between Russia and North Korea.

Kirby said the U.S. is care

“No nation on the planet, nobody should be helping Mr. Putin kill innocent Ukrainians. And if they decide to move forward with some sort of arms deals, well, obviously we’ll take a measure of that, and we’ll deal with it appropriately,” he said.

Russian President Vladimir Putin met Wednesday with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at Russia’s most advanced spaceport amid warnings from the U.S. and South Korea against a potential arms transfer.


Kim pledged his “full and unconditional support” for “all decisions” by Putin, in an apparent reference to Russia’s war on Ukraine, during talks at the Vostochny Cosmodrome in the Amur region of Russia’s Far East, near the Chinese border.

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