North Korea is building a network of military stables: they spent 600 thousand dollars on horses from Russia

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North Korea is building a network of military stables: they spent 600 thousand dollars on horses from Russia< /p>

North Korea has spent at least $600,000 on purebred horses over the past 3 years. The animals were bought in Russia.

This is evidenced by official trade reports. Satellite photos show that last year the North Korean armed forces built at least 12 new stables at military bases.

“Demonstrate military greatness”

The media write that this year it is planned to build 5 more such stables in the DPRK. The Times noted that it is unlikely that the new cavalry units will be used in battles, but they play an important role in the personality cult of Kim Jong-In.

State media in the DPRK called the dictator a “young general” and published photos of the North Korean dictator riding on Mount Pektu. Kim Jong In's father, Kim Jong Il, also rode.

The museum of the country's most important equestrian center, the Mirim Riding Club, even has a separate exhibition dedicated to Kim Jong In's hobby. All 386 of his rides are documented there.

Horses can no longer be used in war, but warhorses are important in terms of showing military greatness, the museum quotes the words leader of the DPRK.

Expert Jacob Bogle suggested that the North Korean regime may also start breeding horses for sale.

Horses for weapons: the US State Department is convinced that North Korea supplied Russia with weapons< /h3>

  • There aren't many friends left in Russia, just like in North Korea. In particular, the United States claims that North Korea is helping Russia with weapons.
  • According to the available data from the US State Department, Russia received weapons from North Korea through third countries.
  • First of all, Korean weapons are used by the Wagner PPK.

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