Zelenskyy on Russia's North Korean missile strikes: Not on the battlefield, crossing "red lines"
Volodymyr Zelenskyy (Screenshot)

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed Russia's use of North Korean missiles during a press conference in Davos, labeling it a breach of "red lines".

When asked about any "red lines" North Korea should avoid crossing, Zelenskyy responded that North Korea provided Russia with over a million artillery shells, benefiting Russia's artillery lacking 155mm Western-caliber ammunition.

Zelenskyy noted that this marked the first step because artillery signifies warfare on the battlefield.

"But there's a second step. These are already the "red lines" because these are missiles. We had a North Korean missile flying towards civilians, and people died. It wasn't on the battlefield, not on the front line. It was directed against civilians," the president stated.