Putin sends a letter to North Korean chief Kim Jong-un, here is what he suggests


Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean chief Kim Jong-un shake arms for the duration of a assembly in Vladivostok, Russia on April 25, 2019. Image / REUTERS

PYONGYANG - Russian President Vladimir Putin despatched a letter to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. So what is the content of the letter?

In the letter, Putin said the two countries "will grow extensive and constructive bilateral relations with joint endeavours".

News of Putin's letter was disclosed by North Korean condition media on Monday (8/15/2022).

In a letter to Kim on Korea's Liberation Working day, Putin reported closer ties would be in the passions of both of those international locations.

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"Putin spelled out that the near connection will aid bolster the safety and balance of the Korean peninsula and the Northeast Asian region," described the KCNA North News Company.

Kim also despatched a letter to Putin declaring that the friendship among Russia and North Korea was cast during World War II with a victory over Japan, which experienced occupied the Korean peninsula.

"Strategic and tactical cooperation, assistance and solidarity amongst the two countries have reached a new amount as their joint endeavours to counter threats and provocations from hostile military services forces," Kim stated in his letter to Putin.

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KCNA did not recognize the enemy force that Kim referred to, but ordinarily made use of the phrase to refer to the United States (United states) and its allies.