Vladimir Khrustalev, 2nd Military Expert of the Scientific Committee of the DPRK ISG, posted in his telegram channel the answer of Yevgeny Prigozhin, Head of the Wagner PMC, to the question of the possibility and expediency of purchasing weapons from the DPRK.
[QUESTION] How do you consider whether it is advisable for Russia now to buy some additional artillery ammunition from countries such as North Korea, Iran, etc.?
[ANSWER] If there is an opportunity to buy.
The main thing is that after this question, the Americans should not start talking about the fact that I came to Vladivostok to buy something from North Korea. I emphasize: I arrived, I will leave and I am not going to buy anything.
But if there is an opportunity, then 100% must be purchased. Because the ammunition is different. In addition, production facilities allow the production of certain types of ammunition, but there is not enough capacity for something. The more you buy in other countries, the better.