Russia unfrozen North Korean assets blocked in Russian banks in exchange for arms supplies. This was stated in The New York Times, writes glavny.tv.
According to the information received, Moscow will return nine million dollars out of the frozen 30 million dollars to Pyongyang.
It is assumed that North Korea will not only receive these funds, but will invest them in the purchase of Russian oil. American intelligence reports that Pyongyang opened an account in a Russian bank on the territory of South Ossetia specifically for this purpose.
The article did not rule out that the use of an unrecognized state for financial transactions of this kind supposedly proves Moscow’s desire to circumvent the restrictions imposed by the West.
This was previously reported. that North Korea may conduct a nuclear test due to US provocations. More about this read the material Public News Service.
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