Publish dateWednesday 19 June 2024 - 08:51
Story Code : 292164
On the eve of traveling to Pyongyang after 24 years;

Putin: Russia supports North Korea against the traitorous West!

Putin: Russia supports North Korea against the traitorous West!
On the eve of his trip to North Korea, Vladimir Putin, by publishing an article in a North Korean newspaper, thanked Pyongyang for its support and friendship and promised to help this country in its efforts for independence. Putin also announced his opposition to sanctions on North Korea. At the same time, before his trip to North Korea, the Russian president signed an order on the strategic cooperation agreement with Pyongyang.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to North Korea will take place today, Tuesday, 29th of Gemini, and this is his first visit to this country since 2000.
Before his trip, Putin wrote in an article for the North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmun that he thanked Pyongyang for its support and friendship.
Vladimir Putin wrote in this article: "Russia has continuously supported North Korea and its heroic people in the fight against the treacherous, dangerous and aggressive enemy, in the fight for independence, identity and the right to freely choose the path of development."
The Russian president thanked North Korea for its "unwavering support" of Russian operations against Ukraine, international solidarity and "willingness to defend our priorities and common views" at the United Nations.
Putin also described Pyongyang as a committed and like-minded supporter of Russia, which is ready to confront Western ambitions to prevent the emergence of a multipolar world order based on justice, mutual respect for sovereignty, and attention to each other's interests. He also noted: "The rules-based order that the United States is trying to impose on the world is nothing more than a global neo-colonial dictatorship that relies on double standards."
According to Rasha Today, the Russian president praised the North Korean people for "effectively defending their interests" even after years of "economic pressure, provocation, blackmail and military threats" from the United States.
Putin also vowed to create an alternative settlement system with North Korea that would not be under the control of Western countries, as Moscow and Pyongyang seek to upgrade bilateral relations to a higher level, Putin continued in the Rodong Sinmun newspaper, adding: "Russia and North Korea They will create alternative systems of trade and mutual settlement that are not pressured by Western countries and jointly oppose their illegitimate restrictive measures.
Russia is planning to create an "equal and indivisible" security structure in Eurasia, he continued, but did not reveal any other details.
The Russian president, who wants to go to North Korea after 24 years, said that Moscow will increase exchanges and cooperation with North Korea in areas such as education, tourism and culture. Putin also thanked North Korea for supporting Russia's war in Ukraine and supported the country's efforts to defend its sovereignty against a "cunning, dangerous and aggressive enemy".
According to the Kremlin, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, First Deputy Prime Minister Denis Manturov, Defense Minister Andrei Belusov, Health Minister Mikhail Murashko, Transport Minister Roman Starovit, Roscosmos President Yuri Borisov. and Oleg Blozirov, the head of Russian Railways, are going to accompany Putin on this trip, which will take place today and will last until Wednesday. After that, Putin will go to Vietnam.
Regarding Putin's visit to Vietnam, Peskov said that it is planned to discuss the status and prospects of further development of the comprehensive strategic partnership between Russia and Vietnam in trade, economy, science, technology and humanitarian fields, as well as exchange views on current issues on the international and regional agenda. be discussed. Following these negotiations, a joint statement and a number of bilateral documents will be signed.
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