Putin's Letter To Kim Jong-un Says: Let's Expand Bilateral Relations

Aug 15, Kathmandu- Russian President Vladimir Putin told North Korean leader Kim Jong-un that the two countries would expand comprehensive and constructive bilateral relations through joint efforts.

In a letter to Kim on the occasion of North Korea's Liberation Day, Putin said that closer ties would benefit both countries and help strengthen the security and stability of the Korean Peninsula and the Northeast Asian region, a North Korean news agency reported.

Recently, North Korea addressed Putin and said that it is ready to give 100,000 volunteer soldiers in the war against Ukraine.

Before that, North Korea first recognized the eastern regions of Ukraine, Luhansk, and Donetsk regions as independent states.

Declaring these two regions as independent, Russia has been continuously attacking Ukraine for 6 months.