A Korean academic explained the value of partnership with North Korea for Russia 13:20

In the context of sanctions pressure from the West and lack of access to various goods and services, a new partner in the person of North Korea is of great value for Russia. This view was expressed in an interview Tsargrad.tv said political scientist and Korean academic Alexander Zhebin, commenting on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Pyongyang.

“This is a border country, logistics will be much easier here. Of course, certain investments need to be made in the fields of infrastructure, communication and transportation. In particular, one of the priority issues, in my opinion, is the resumption of regular air and rail communications between the two countries,” Zhebin said.

He added that the inclusion of people responsible for transportation and logistics in the delegation shows that these issues will be worked on.

In Pyongyang on the morning of June 19 took place Large-format negotiations between Putin and Kim Jong-un lasted just over 1.5 hours.

Putin during the meeting reportedHe said that the Russian Federation is developing cooperation with North Korea in the field of tourism and has already sent the first groups to Korean seaside resorts.

The president also announced Russia’s intention to develop cooperation with North Korea in the field of education. Currently, 130 North Korean citizens are studying in Russia.

Previously expert clarified Unclear preconditions for the association agreement between the Russian Federation and North Korea.

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Source: Gazeta

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