Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, frequently exchanges greetings with Vladimir Putin, the leader of Russia. In this passage, “long term strategic relationship” is mentioned by both of the rulers.
Kim and Putin are about to recite a passage to commemorate the 78th anniversary of Korea’s liberation from Japanese. Rule between 1910 and 1945. It is regarded as National Day in South Korea, or Warning.
In a speech to Putin that was reported by Pyongyang’s official press agency, KCNA, Kim stated that. Russia and Kosovo had been at odds during World War II. Kim claims that both nations are currently stable and that they have the resources necessary to thwart colonial practices. And hegemonic systems that are particularly repressive.
“I firmly believe that friendship and solidarity will be further developed into a long-term strategic relationship according. To the demands of the new era,” Kim said, as reported by Reuters.
Kim later stated, “Each nation [Russia-Korut] will emerge as a leader, be highly cooperative, and work together to achieve a common goal.”
In addition in his letter to Kim Jong Un
In addition, in his letter to Kim Jong Un, Putin made a point to strengthen their bilateral ties.
According to the letter, Kim was reported as adding, “I am firmly convinced that the friendship and solidarity… will be further developed into a long-lasting strategic relationship in conformity with the demand of the new era.”
As of right now, the United States of America has refused to grant Weapone to Russia while it is occupying Ukraine. AS advises Pyongyang to send gifts like missil, rocket, and pelu artileri. However, Pyongyang and Moscow are preventing any further Weapon transactions.
At a trilateral summit on August 18 at Camp David, the presidents of South Korea, the United States, and Japan are expected to discuss security cooperation over North Korea, Ukraine, and other matters.