North Korea Covertly Sending Artillery to Russia, White House Says

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WASHINGTON ― The U.S. has information that indicates North Korea is covertly supplying Russia with a “significant” number of artillery shells for its war against Ukraine, the White House’s National Security Council spokesman said Wednesday.

John Kirby said North Korea is “trying to make it appear as though they’re being sent to countries in the Middle East or North Africa.”

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