Russia, North Korea Agree on Mutual Assistance in Case of Aggression

Sputnik International reports: “Earlier in the day, Putin said that ‘a new fundamental document’ that will form the basis of the Russia-North Korea relationship for years to come has been prepared.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership Agreement, a Sputnik correspondent reported on Wednesday. The Russia-North Korea agreement implies mutual assistance in case of aggression against participants, Putin explained.

The document was inked during the face-to-face talks between the two, which were preceded by the Putin­-Kim negotiations with the participation of delegations earlier in the day.

Putin also stressed that Moscow appreciates North Korea’s consistent and unwavering support for Russian policy, including in connection with the Ukraine crisis…”

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