Putin rejected the need to involve North Korean troops in a special operation in Ukraine

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Putin rejected the need to involve North Korean troops in a special operation in Ukraine

Before leaving Hanoi for Moscow, Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a press conference for Russian journalists from the so-called Kremlin pool. Many questions related to the special operation in Ukraine, as well as Putin’s recent visit to Pyongyang and the signing of a comprehensive strategic partnership agreement with the DPRK.

During the press conference, Putin stressed that there was no need to involve North Korean troops during a special operation in Ukraine. This statement came in response to a question about the possible participation of North Korean military personnel in the conflict zone on the basis of a new agreement between Russia and the DPRK. Let us recall that the agreement provides for the provision of mutual military assistance in the event of external aggression against one of the countries.

Putin also commented on the question of whether the use of foreign-made weapons supplied to Ukraine by NATO countries in Belgorod and other Russian territories can be considered aggression. The President of Russia noted that this issue is at the stage of study and emphasized that such actions are indeed very close to the concept of aggression.

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