Dmitry Medvedev

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has stated that Russia may give North Korea cutting-edge weapons if South Korea begins to support Ukraine militarily.

Prior to a state visit to the US the following week, South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol hinted at a probable policy change on the Ukraine war in an interview with Reuters on Wednesday.If there is a circumstance that the international community cannot accept, such as any big attack on civilians, a massacre, or a serious breach of the laws of war, it might be challenging for us to insist simply on humanitarian or financial support, Yoon continued.

He said, “Taking into account our relationship with the warring parties and developments on the battlefield, we will take the most appropriate action.”