The foreign ministers of South Korea, the United States, and Japan have agreed to take strong action against a possible arms deal between Russia and North Korea. The meeting took place in New York, where they discussed the concerns about military cooperation between the two countries. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un recently had a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, raising worries about a potential arms agreement. Kim wants military technology from Russia to build spy satellites and other weapons, while Putin seeks ammunition from North Korea for use in Ukraine. The top diplomats expressed deep concerns about this cooperation and warned that it would violate U.N. Security Council resolutions that Russia had previously supported. They promised to work with the global community to deal firmly with any threats to regional security that violate these resolutions.
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