Tuesday, January 31, 2023

VIDEO: Jens Stoltenberg pressing on South Korea to up military support in Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Monday urged South Korea to “step up” military support as well as to reconsider its policy of not exporting weapons to countries in conflict.

During the two-day visit to Seoul, he thanked South Korean leaders for providing $100 million in non-lethal aid to Ukraine but urged Seoul to do more to help Kyiv, saying there was an “urgent need for more ammunition”. [@SkyNewsAustralia]
The North Korean Foreign Ministry said that information about an alleged arms deal with Russia was detached from reality and warned the US about consequences of spreading such rumors, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported on Sunday.

"The US again talked about the groundless rumor of ‘arms dealing between the DPRK and Russia,’ in a foolish attempt to justify its offer of weapons to Ukraine. The US should be mindful that it will face a really undesirable result if it persists in spreading the self-made rumor against the DPRK," said Kwon Jong-gun, Director General of the North Korean Foreign Ministry’s North America Department. Pyongyang views these actions as a provocation and an attempt to undermine North Korea’s reputation worldwide.

The diplomat reiterated that the current situation in Ukraine had been provoked by the US’ actions harming Russia’s security interests as well as by NATO’s eastward expansion. According to him, arms supplies to Ukraine are criminal and aim to destabilize the international situation. [@TASS]

 ***Voilà l'homme tout entier, s'en prenant à sa chaussure alors que c'est son pied le coupable. Ca devient inquiétant.

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