A report says North Korea has trained Syrian missile engineers and the Arab nation has bartered farm products and computers for missiles from the Stalinist state.
The two countries have recently strengthened missile cooperation, with Syrian engineers staying in Pyongyang to acquire technology, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency said.
The barter system began in 1995 due to Syria’s worsening financial woes.
Syria has shipped cotton, food and computers to North Korea in return for buying short-range missiles, the report said.
One needs food, one wants armaments. It’s a match made in Hades.
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