Moscow has an array of options to pay back the DPRK, from tourism and food aid to assistance that breaches UN sanctions
Growing evidence has emerged in recent weeks to suggest that North Korea may have transferred as many as 1,000 containers of military equipment to Russia in support of its ongoing war with Ukraine since early September.
The U.S. mission to the U.N. made the first claims on Oct. 14, with open-source analysts subsequently publishing additional evidence that up to three ships were involved in transporting containers between the DPRK and Russia.
But what exactly is North Korea getting in return from Russia?
NK Pro analysis suggests that Pyongyang is likely interested in a