Russia-DPRK defence agreement signed: Unconditional Support

A gob-smacking alliance was reached today between the two most sanctioned nations on Earth. DPRK and Russia sign a comprehensive mutual defence treaty and much more.

“We are bound by strong friendship and close good neighborliness. Interaction between us is based on the principles of equality and mutual respect between our countries’ interests of each other,” said Russian President Vladimir Putin in a greeting speech as serious talks began.

Far beyond “good neighborliness”, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea DPRK has emerged in a new and elevated status as a significant mutual partner with a nuclear superpower.

The statement from the Kremlin briefly sets out a set of comprehensive mutual defence agreements and other trade and science collaborations including infrastructure building at the border between the DPRK and Russia.

“Following the consultations, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un signed the Treaty on the Comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries. In addition, during the visit to the DPRK, intergovernmental agreements were signed on the construction of a border road bridge and on cooperation in the field of healthcare, medical education and science.” Kremlin statement.

Address by DPRK Chairman Kim Jong-un

Comrade President Putin’s current visit to Pyongyang confirms the quality of Russian-Korean relations, which entered the period of the highest development, and at the same time is a great historical moment of the most significant importance strategic importance throughout the history of Russian-Korean Relations.

I think that the enthusiasm that was shown to you Our residents, once again confirms the true nature of our relations.

Now the relations between our countries enter a period of new high prosperity that cannot be compared Even with the period of Korean-Soviet relations of the last century. And I am sure that during this visit there will be a fiery friendship of the two countries will be strengthened as a monolith.

Government of Korea The People’s Democratic Republic appreciates the important mission and role of a strong of the Russian Federation in Maintaining Strategic Stability and balance in the world, and expresses its full support for the and solidarity with the Russian government, army and people in the implementation of the a special military operation in Ukraine to protect its sovereignty, security interests, as well as territorial integrity.

Now the situation in the world is becoming more complicated and changes rapidly. In such a situation, we intend to continue to strengthen strategic communication with Russia, with the Russian leadership. We also reaffirm that we will unconditionally support all policies Russia.

During our meeting today, I hope that it will be possible to exchange excellent ideas and constructive views for revitalization cooperation and mutual exchanges in all fields between the two Countries. We will also exchange good views on international issues.

Russia Today video shares some of the pomp and pageantry in Pyongyang as the two most talked about leaders in the world sign massive and binding agreements for mutual security and enhanced cooperation in manufacturing and science.

“This could be a turning point for the DPRK,” noted Dr. Kathy Poon of The RINJ Foundation speaking from Taiwan.

Following the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, the DPRK has resumed its routine immunization program and carried out two catch-up campaigns with the support of UNICEF, notes Dr. Kathy Poon who is currently RINJ Women associate director for Asian affairs, based in Taipei.

Vladimir Putin greeted by Kim Yo-Jong

Vladimir Putin greeted by Kim Yo-Jong. Photo credit: Kremlin. Photo is cropped and enlarged. Art, cropping, enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine