A spoke person for the Irish Government has confirmed that it has agreed to supply arms and military hardware to North Korea.
Michael “Tiocfaidh” Duffy of the ministry of defence has deemed the deal not only to be a pivotal day in the relations between the two countries but should be of huge economic benefit to Ireland.
In an elaborate and stylish news conference in Pyongyand earlier today, Duffy told the gathered media that Ireland was proud of such a trading arrangement and had nothing to be ashamed of. He spoke of the agreement between the two countries as innovative and was delighted to be working with “our newest international ally”
Kim Gun Ho Lee of the North Korean defence and attack forces claimed it was an agreement made in hell. He praised Ireland for “extending the hand of friendship” to his “sometimes troubled but mainly misunderstood lovely little country”
International reaction was swift with Downing Street describing Ireland as the newest member of the axis of evil. The U.S. said it was monitoring the situation closely and was actively considering what action to take against Ireland.
Details of the trade pact have not yet been released but it is believed, from sources within the North Korean army, that the first Irish water pistols [the Guinness Shamrock Super Soaker 1.15] will arrive in earlier June. The source could not confirm if Irish Water will provide the ammunition but he did confirm that there was already an abundant supply of piss. He joked the “US dogs don’t like getting hit by Korean piss”