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North Korea Denies Arms Dealing With Russia
North Korea on Sunday denied providing arms to Moscow after the United States said the nuclear-armed state supplied rockets and missiles to Russia's...
'rival power center'
North Korea Sold Arms to Russia's Wagner Group, U.S. Says
North Korea has delivered arms to Russia's private military group Wagner, the White House said Thursday, calling the mercenary enterprise a "rival" for...
Is Russia Receiving Weapons From North Korea?
Washington claimed last month that Russia was buying weapons from North Korea and using those weapons in Ukraine. The allegations that the two heavily...
North Korea, Russia End 2-Year Hiatus in Railway Trade
North Korea and Russia have resumed cross-border railway trade, ending a two-year hiatus caused by Covid-19 border restrictions, media reported Wednesday...
Putin, Kim Vow Stronger Russia-North Korea Ties — State Agency
Putin told Kim that Moscow and Pyongyang would “continue to expand the comprehensive and constructive bilateral relations.”
North Korean Builders to Help With Donbas Reconstruction – Russian Ambassador
Pyongyang officially recognized the independence of the separatist republics of eastern Ukraine last week.
Russia Hands Heavy Sentences to North Korean Fishermen
Twelve fishermen from the closed state were handed sentences from four to 13 years in prison.
Russian Diplomats in North Korea Facing ‘Acute Shortages’ of Food, Essentials as Frustration Builds
One high-ranking diplomat in Moscow with knowledge of the issue said Russia was “very unhappy” about the harsh treatment of its diplomats.
Russian Diplomats Push Railway Handcar Home from North Korea
The diplomats and their families were forced to push the trolley for over a kilometer due to North Korea's coronavirus border closures.
on the run
North Korea Offers $10K Bounty on Runaway Laborers in Russia – Reports
North Korean agents are reportedly on a manhunt for escaped laborers across Russia's Far East.
Russia Jails Second North Korean Poacher for Attacking Border Guards
Prosecutors said the three defendants had struck Russian border guards with sticks.
Russia Jails North Korean Poacher
Russia's roundups of North Korean poachers in the past year mark a rare confrontation between Pyongyang and Moscow.
Kremlin Calls for 'Restraint' Amid N. Korea Escalation
Tensions have spiked after North Korea blew up a liaison office near its border with South Korea.
Putin Hands World War II Medal to North Korea’s Kim Jong Un
Kim was awarded “for his great personal contribution to the commemoration of dead and buried Soviet citizens.”
How North Korea’s Leader Buys Purebred White Horses From Russia’s Stud Farms
The Moscow Times spoke to horse breeders and agents who have sold many of Russia’s famous Orlov Trotters and a Welsh pony to Kim Jong-Un.
RAMPING IT UP
Russia-North Korea Trade Up Despite Sanctions, Reports Say
Pyongyang has been under UN sanctions since 2006 over its missile and nuclear programs.
Russia Says It Missed UN Deadline to Repatriate North Korean Workers
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said that Moscow had missed the UN deadline and that around 1,000 North Korean workers were still in Russia.
Russia, China to Hold More UN Talks on Lifting North Korea Sanctions
Russia and China hope lifting some sanctions could help break the deadlock and encourage talks between Washington and Pyongyang.
China And Russia Propose Lifting Some UN Sanctions on N. Korea
Russia said the move is aimed at encouraging talks between Washington and Pyongyang.
It's all relative
Russian, North Korean State Media Team Up to Fight ‘Fake News’
Russia's TASS and North Korea's KCNA will work together in countering the "misrepresentation of information," they said.
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