North Korea is allegedly ready to send 100 thousand of its soldiers to support the Russian army in the war with Ukraine. As the New York Post writes on Friday, August 5, the DPRK’s proposal to provide military assistance to Russia could not be quickly verified, but it was voiced by Igor Korotchenko, a member of the public council under the Russian Defense Ministry.
At the same time, the Russian propagandist stated that the North Koreans allegedly have "rich experience in counter-battery warfare."
Earlier it was reported that the Russian army suffers significant losses in personnel, so the infantry is replenished with residents of recently captured cities and villages.
Meanwhile, Ukraine is preparing for a Russian offensive in the south in the coming weeks.