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South Korea to Reconsider Arms Support to Ukraine Amid Russian Pressure

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The South Korean Presidential Office announced on the 20th regarding the signing of a treaty between Russia and North Korea promising military cooperation, “We plan to reconsider the issue of weapon support to Ukraine.”

Jang Ho Jin, head of the National Security Office, said in a briefing after the NSC Standing Committee meeting at the Yongsan Office in Seoul, “We have designated 1,151 items for export controls on Russia, implemented after the war in Ukraine, and we decided to designate an additional 243 items.”

Considering that military cooperation between Russia and North Korea could pose a threat to the security of the Korean Peninsula, an official at the Presidential Office said, “According to the document, immediate military and other support will be provided when they are attacked” and “Although we would not initiate the attack, it is a serious security threat to us.”

The official stated, “Regarding the issue of weapon support to Ukraine, we have not provided lethal weapons so far, but we plan to reconsider that policy.” The official then pressured Russia, saying, “It will be more exciting for Russia to find out the specifics gradually.”

The official emphasized that when discussing the provision of weapon support to Ukraine, they would not specify whether they would supply lethal weapons. He noted that there are various options for weapon support and that it would be interesting for Russia to discover whether the support is gradually lethal or non-lethal. He suggested that finding out gradually would apply pressure on Russia.

Daniel Kim
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