The Chairman of the State Committee of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), Kim Jong-un, and Russian President Vladimir Puntin reiterated Thursday their friendship and willingness to cooperate.
The intentions were emphasized by both leaders during an exchange of messages on the occasion of the 74th anniversary of Korea's liberation (August 15, 1945), according to the website of the DPRK Foreign Ministry.
Kim Jong-un, also president of the Workers' Party, said in his letter to the Russian leader that relations between Pyongyang and Moscow were at a new advanced stage.
He cited as examples the economy, culture and politics, among other sectors, which have as direct references the historical relations of brotherhood.
He added that Koreans will always remember the internationalist feats of the heroic officers and soldiers of the Red Army, who offered their precious lives for the sacred cause of Korea's liberation and accompanied the Koreans in the anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle.
In his text to Kim Jong-un, Vladimir Putin wrote that Russia and the DPRK have friendly and constructive relations.
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