Seoul:North Korean chief Kim Jong-un acquired a message stressing bilateral relations from the top of the Russian-backed Donetsk area in jap Ukraine, Pyongyang’s state media stated on Wednesday.
Within the letter, Denis Pushilin, chief of the breakaway separatist entity, prolonged his “heartfelt congratulations” to Kim on the event of Korea’s liberation anniversary on August 15, Pyongyang’s official Korean Central News Company (KCNA) stated in a report.
“The message said that the past history of the Korean people was filled with trials and there were many difficulties on the road to freedom, but the Korean people overcame them bravely and proudly,” Yonhap News Company quoted the KCNA report as saying.
Pushilin added that the “people of the Donbas region, too, are fighting to regain their freedom and justice of history today just as the Korean people did 77 years ago”.
The message then “expressed the conviction that an equally beneficial bilateral cooperation” can be achieved between Donetsk and the North.
Final month, North Korea formally acknowledged the independence of the pro-Russian separatist republics of Donetsk and Luhansk in Ukraine, turning into the third nation on the earth to take action after Russia and Syria.
Pyongyang has just lately burdened its shut ties with Moscow amid chilled inter-Korean ties and stalled nuclear talks with Washington.
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