South Korea announced readiness to supply weapons and shells to US as its ally
South Korea, as an ally of the United States, is ready to supply Washington with weapons and ammunition in the future – as stated by President Yoon Suk-yeol, TASS reports with reference to The Associated Press
The South Korean leader said that his country is ready for arms deals. As an example, he recalled the 100,000 artillery shells that Seoul had previously sent to Washington. Yoon Suk-yeol noted that the United States and South Korea regularly purchase military equipment from each other.
Earlier, US President Joe Biden said Washington and Seoul do not discuss the involvement of American nuclear forces in joint exercises.