March 23, 2022

Reading Btw NK Lines: Russia Becomes Cozy with N. Korea & More

By Dr. Go Myong-Hyun

Russian foreign ministry said yesterday that its Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov met with North Korea's ambassador to Russia and discussed developing bilateral relations "in the context of changes happening on the international arena." Given these developments, Dr. Go Myong-hyun joins Arirang's Reading Between North Korean Lines.

Watch the full video from Arirang.

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