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Putin wrote to Kim Jong-un that Russia and North Korea will expand cooperation

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Russian President Vladimir Putin wrote to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un that the two countries will “expand comprehensive and constructive bilateral relations through joint efforts.” This was reported by the North Korean news agency KCNA.

The KCNA said that cooperation between Moscow and Pyongyang “is in the interests of both countries and will help strengthen peace in the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asia.”

“Strategic and tactical cooperation, support and solidarity” between the two countries has been “raised to a new level in the joint front to curb the military threat and provocation of enemy forces,” he said.

In contrast, the leader of North Korea, the friendship between the two countries, World War II. He said it was founded by the victory over Japan in World War II. He added that their “friendship” would continue to grow stronger, the British BBC reported.

The text is not very different from other similar wishes that Putin sent to Kim Jong-il, the second of the communist Kim dynasty, in 2001.

Putin wrote to the North Korean leader on the occasion of Independence Day, when both the DPRK and South Korea commemorated the surrender of Japan in 1945 and thus the end of the occupation of Tokyo.

Source: Seznam Zpravy

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