North Korea has sent more than a million artillery shells to Russia. This was reported at a closed briefing for parliamentarians by the South Korean intelligence service, Bloomberg reports.
According to Yoo Sang-bom, a member of the parliamentary intelligence committee, the National Intelligence Service believes that North Korea has already transferred more than 1 million artillery shells to Russia, which Russia intends to use in Ukraine. Since August, there have been about 10 arms transfers from North Korea to Russia.
According to the military, the number of shells transferred to the Russian army will be enough for about two months of shelling. According to intelligence reports, North Korea has also sent ammunition advisors to Russia.