Lavrov invites Russians to DPRK resorts after meeting with Kim Jong-un
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, after meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, advised Russian tourists to vacation in the DPRK
This was reported by the Insider, citing Russian propagandists.
"I would," the Russian Foreign Minister said when asked by a journalist whether he would recommend North Korea as a vacation destination for Russian tourists.
Lavrov is on a visit to the DPRK on October 18-19. On Thursday, he met with Kim Jong-un.
Russian propagandist Olga Skabeeva is also in the DPRK. At night, she held, in her words, "the first live broadcast from the DPRK in the history of mankind."
Cooperation between Russia and the DPRK
Earlier, White House spokesman John Kirby said that talks between Russia and the DPRK on military cooperation were "actively progressing."
In early August, the White House accused Russia of trying to buy munitions from the DPRK.
On September 13, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Russian leader Vladimir Putin had a meeting at the Vostochny Cosmodrome.
On October 7, the Beyond Parallel project reported that satellite images show the highest traffic on the Russia-DPRK border in recent years. This comes a day after rumors surfaced about the start of the transfer of North Korean artillery to Russia.
Later, the White House reported that from September 7 to October 1, North Korea supplied 1,000 containers of military equipment and ammunition to Russia.