America’s Enemies Join Forces

( – America’s foreign enemies seem to be increasingly coming together as Putin’s Russia and North Korea are mulling trading weapons, potentially with Communist China’s approval, reports suggest.

North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, will visit Russia shortly for a meeting with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, The New York Post reports.

The Putin-Kim meeting will most likely focus on Russia’s request for North Korean weapons for its war of aggression against Ukraine, according to US officials cited by The New York Times.

They hypothesize that if the North Korean regime agrees to supply the Russians with weaponry, Moscow could reciprocate by giving Kim technology for satellites, nuclear-powered submarines, and food supplies.

Putin’s Russia invaded Ukraine almost 20 months ago. After failing to conquer it “in three days,” as the Putin regime had planned, the Russians have been mainly on the defensive, presently facing a Ukrainian counteroffensive fueled with American and other NATO weapons.

Earlier this week, US National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson did not say when exactly Kim Jong-un would go to Putin, but the visit is expected within days.

“We have information that Kim Jong Un expects these discussions to continue, to include leader-level diplomatic engagement in Russia,” she declared in a statement.

“We urge the DPRK [“Democratic People’s Republic of Korea”] to cease its arms negotiations with Russia and abide by the public commitments that Pyongyang has made to not provide or sell arms to Russia,” Watson added.

Kim Jong-un might visit Moscow, but it appears more likely that he will meet with Putin in the Russian-Pacific city of Vladivostok, which is close to the joint border.

The North Korean leader would travel using an armored train in that case.

“Russia has been actively courting its allies as it stares down the barrel of intense sanctions from the West and an unrelenting war with its neighbor, Ukraine. North Korea is quite familiar with Western sanctions,” the Post comments.

Putin’s Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu visited North Korea last month to ask for ammunition.

The report points out that Communist China, which borders Russia and North Korea, has been helping the Russians “muddle through” the fallout from their Ukraine invasion.

A South Korean lawmaker revealed earlier this week that China, Russia, and North Korea were mulling joint naval drills.