White House says it is concerned North Korea will send munitions to Russia

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The United States remains concerned that North Korea will send munitions to Russia, White House national security advisor John Kirby told a briefing on Thursday.

“Our information indicates that Russia is seeking to increase military cooperation” with North Korea, he said.

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