Nebenzya called fake NYT data on Russia’s purchase of ammunition from North Korea
UN Permanent Representative Nebenzia Calls Data on Russia's Purchase of Ammunition from North Korea Fake Information from American journalists about Russian purchases of artillery shells and missiles from North Korea is false, Nebenzia said
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US media reports that Russia is buying ammunition from North Korea are fake. This was stated by Russia's Permanent Representative to the UN Security Council Vasily Nebenzya, TASS reports.
“I have not heard about this and I think that another widespread fake”, he said.
Earlier, The New York Times and the Associated Press, citing US intelligence data, reported that Russia was buying “millions of artillery shells and missiles.” at the DPRK.
American intelligence provided journalists with few details about the weapons themselves, the volumes and timing of deliveries. However, an unnamed US government official told the newspaper that in addition to shorter-range missiles and artillery shells, Russia will try to purchase additional equipment from the DPRK.
RBC sent a request to the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation and the Department of Information and Mass Communications of the Ministry of Defense.
In March, the US imposed sanctions on two Russians and three Russian companies. According to the Treasury, they supported the development of weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles in North Korea in violation of the recommendations of the UN Security Council, namely, they helped the DPRK to purchase components from Russia to build ballistic missile systems. Later, on the same accusation, the US imposed restrictions on two more Russian companies and a citizen.
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