Why Russia Wants North Korea to Advance in Space | Space

Russian President Vladimir Putin will reportedly travel to North Korea in the coming weeks, deepening a strategic partnership that has proved a lifeline for Moscow in its war on Ukraine and a window for Pyongyang to advance its satellite launch program.

Russian Ambassador to North Korea Alexander Matsegora told Vedomosti that Putin’s visit to Pyongyang is being “actively prepared,” and the newspaper reported on Monday that the visit may immediately precede a trip to Vietnam that is expected in mid- to late June.

The visit—if it does proceed—would be Putin’s second ever visit to the closed-off nation, his first taking place in 2000 after he assumed the presidency for the first time.

The visit comes as Russia’s war on Ukraine spurs closer bilateral relations with its North Korean neighbor, Pyongyang having reportedly supplied Moscow with millions of badly needed artillery shells which have allowed Russian forces to maintain the edge in their fierce artillery duel with Kyiv’s shell-famished troops.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visit the Vostochny Cosmodrome in Amur region of Russia on September 13, 2023. The two men will reportedly meet again in the coming weeks…

Source www.newsweek.com

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