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Russian President Vladimir Putin In a letter to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Monday, the two countries pledged to increase cooperation despite their growing global ostracism.
“We will continue to expand comprehensive and constructive bilateral relations with equal efforts, saying that this will fully suit the interests of the people of both countries and contribute to strengthening the security and stability of the Korean Peninsula. The Northeast Asian region,” North Korea’s state media outlet KCNA wrote.
Putin sent the letter to commemorate Korea’s Liberation Day, a national holiday From Japan 77 years ago.
North Korea joined three other countries, including Russia Vote against the UN resolution in March Condemnation of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
Kim wrote to Putin on Monday, telling the Russian president that “the friendly and cooperative relations between the two countries based on friendly friendship and military unity will be strengthened in the coming years”, KCNA said.
Putin’s letter comes as the Kremlin tries to relax Russia’s allies During the invasion of Ukraine.
Zhang Hanhui, Chinese Ambassador to Moscow, Said that our country has close relations Earlier this week, the United States accused Russia of inciting Russia to invade Ukraine.
“As the architect and prime mover of the Ukrainian crisis, Washington, while imposing unprecedented comprehensive sanctions on Russia, continues to supply weapons and military equipment to Ukraine,” Zhang told Russian media outlet Tass.