Ukraine has recognized that the engines on a North Korean Intercontinental ballistic missiles can include elements produced by the Dneprovsky plant “Pivdenmash”. It is reported RIA Novosti with reference to the expert group of the UN sanctions against North Korea by Dmitry Kiku.
The specialist said that in 2017, the year in the media appeared information about the fact that the engines for the North Korean missiles have elements of the Soviet RD-250, produced by Ukrainian “Yuzhmash”.
“In response to the request of the group of experts, Ukraine has confirmed that, most likely, the North Korean engines these missiles contain Ukrainian elements,” said Kiku.
The group of experts of the sanctions Committee on the DPRK monitors the implementation of resolutions adopted against North Korea. The mandate of the working professionals extended by the UN security Council to 24 April 2019. According to the organization of the document, the experts must present to the sanctions Committee a final report with findings and recommendations not later than February 1, 2019.
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