N. Korea Discusses Outcome of Kim's Russia Visit in Party Meeting
North Korea reportedly discussed the outcome of leader Kim Jong-un’s recent visit to Russia in a party meeting on Wednesday.
According to the North’s official Korean Central News Agency(KCNA) on Friday, the central committee of the ruling Workers’ Party held a politburo session to discuss the trip.
The KCNA said Kim Song-nam, director of the party’s international affairs department, presented the report at the meeting, analyzing the significance of Kim's visit and introducing long-term plans for developing bilateral relations of North Korea and Russia.
The North Korean leader, who attended the meeting, reportedly called for the active implementation of constructive measures to further realize and develop bilateral relations in every field.
The politburo also discussed a series of ways to practically apply the successes of the regime leader’s "external activities" on his nine-day trip to Russia from which he returned earlier in the week that included a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Vostochny space center last Wednesday.
[Photo : YONHAP News]