Russian President Vladimir Putin referred to as as we speak, Tuesday, for strengthening cooperation with Pyongyang, in a congratulatory message to North Korean chief Kim Jong Un on the “liberation anniversary”, in response to the Kremlin.
“I’m satisfied that we are going to proceed to strengthen bilateral cooperation in all fields for the advantage of our peoples and within the curiosity of strengthening stability and safety on the Korean Peninsula and within the Northeast Asian area typically,” Putin mentioned, in response to the Kremlin’s assertion.
Putin and Kim Jong Un exchanged congratulatory messages on the event of the 78th anniversary of the “liberation of Korea”.
In his congratulatory telegram to his North Korean counterpart, Putin mentioned: “This vacation is an emblem of the braveness and heroism of the Crimson Military and the Korean patriots who fought collectively to liberate your nation from Japanese colonial rule,” in response to the Korean Central Information Company.
“Throughout that merciless battle, the traditions of friendship and cooperation have been established, which grew to become a dependable foundation for the event of good-neighborly relations between the Russian Federation and North Korea,” Putin harassed.
The Russian president expressed his confidence that the 2 nations will proceed to strengthen bilateral cooperation in all fields for the advantage of the peoples of the 2 nations and “within the pursuits of strengthening stability and safety on the Korean Peninsula and within the Northeast Asian area as a complete.”
For his half, Kim Jong Un emphasised in his message that “the mountains and fields of Korea are combined with the blood of the Crimson Military troopers who fought fiercely for the liberation of Korea with the Korean Folks’s Liberation Military.”
The North Korean president expressed his confidence that the 2 nations will proceed to develop strategic relations sooner or later, including: “In the best way of reaching widespread targets, our two nations will at all times win by supporting one another.”
August 15 marks the anniversary of the “liberation of Korea,” which coincides with Japan’s give up in World Battle II.