North Korea has denied the accusation of supplying weapons to the Russian Federation, warning the United States of "undesirable results" that may come if Washington pursues such claims.
This was reported by South Korea’s Yonhap with reference to the statement of the head of the Department for U.S. Affairs at the DPRK Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kwon Jong-gun, Ukrinform reports.
"Trying to tarnish the image of the DPRK by fabricating false facts is a serious provocation that should never be tolerated and will inevitably provoke a reaction (from Pyongyang - ed.)," Kwon said.
He added that the United States "must remember that it will face really undesirable results if they continue to spread rumors against North Korea."
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However, Kwon stopped short of specifying these "undesirable results" or how North Korea might respond to the U.S. allegations.
As Ukrinform reported, earlier this month, the United States handed over to the UN Security Council Committee on Sanctions against the DPRK evidence of the North Korean regime supplying weapons to the Russian PMC Wagner for the war on Ukraine.