North Korea has recently bolstered its military connections with Moscow

North Korea has recently bolstered its military connections with Moscow

The state news agency KCNA reported on Friday that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un observed a trial of a reactive flamethrower system. Kim Jong Un’s remarks indicate that despite being essentially isolated, North Korea has recently bolstered its military connections with Moscow, expressing gratitude to Russia earlier this month for vetoing UN Security Council actions. In March, Moscow, a key ally of Pyongyang, utilized its veto power in the UN Security Council to effectively impede UN oversight of North Korea’s sanction violations. Despite UN sanctions prohibiting it, Seoul and Washington accuse North Korea of supplying weaponry to Russia. Analysts caution that North Korea might conduct ballistic missile tests before dispatching them to Russia for potential use in the Ukrainian conflict. According to KCNA, North Korea successfully trialed a 240mm caliber reactive flamethrower projectile, produced in a newly established defense industry unit, assessing both accuracy and flight parameters. KCNA reported Kim Jong Un’s emphasis on the imperative of effectively executing this year’s ammunition production plan with high standards. During the trial launch, Kim Jong Un remarked that the latest reactive flamethrower launch system would strategically alter North Korea’s artillery capabilities. Pyongyang recently disclosed that Kim Jong Un observed exercises simulating “nuclear counterattacks.” Yang Moo-jin, president of the University of North Korean Studies in Seoul, noted progress in Pyongyang’s integration of technology for precise strikes on the South Korean capital region, likening the situation to an anti-missile defense industry exhibition. Despite warnings from Washington and Seoul, North Korea conducted an unprecedented number of missile tests last year, disregarding UN sanctions imposed in 2006. In 2022, North Korea declared itself a permanent nuclear-armed state. This year, it designated South Korea as its primary adversary, rejected key agreements aimed at reducing tensions, heightened border security, and issued threats of war over even the slightest territorial encroachment.

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