Thanks to the transfer of ballistic missiles to the Russian Federation, North Korea is using Ukrainian territory as a testing ground for its missiles. As is known, these missiles are capable of carrying a nuclear charge.
As NBN reports with reference to Sky News, this is stated in a statement by the Permanent Representative of South Korea to the United Nations, Hwang Jung Kook. North Korea uses Ukraine as a testing ground for testing its missiles in combat conditions
In particular, he recalled that the short-range ballistic missiles that North Korea transferred to the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation have already begun to be launched on Ukrainian territory. In particular, this happened in December 2023 and January 2024.
According to the diplomat, South Korea unequivocally condemns this kind of arms supplies and attacks.
Verbatim from the statement of the permanent South Korea's representative to the UN:
North Korea has begun using Ukraine as a test site for its own nuclear-capable missiles. And it does this by exporting its missiles to Russia, which is waging war on the territory of the Ukrainian state. All this is nothing more than a disregard for the territorial integrity of the Ukrainian state.
Recall that we previously wrote that Kirill Budanov commented on the information about Russia sending a “battalion of Ukrainian prisoners of war” to the front.