Putin, Kim to discuss bilateral ties, Korean denuclearization: Kremlin


Russian President Vladimir Putin and top pioneer of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Kim Jong Un will talk about reciprocal relations, denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and provincial collaboration, the Kremlin said Friday.

“The stuff for exchange is exceptionally broad. Here we should even now recall as a matter of first importance that we are discussing dealings of the heads of neighboring states with an extensive joint border,” Kremlin representative Dmitry Peskov told correspondents.

“There is no uncertainty that Russia will be prepared to do everything to promote the procedure of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula to the best of its capacities,” he included.

On Thursday, the Kremlin said that Kim will meet Putin before the end of April.

It will be the primary authority meeting between Kim and Putin.

Peskov said that the non-disclosure of data about the place and careful date of the gathering between the two leaders is identified with security concerns. Yet, he said that the gathering will occur in Russia.

Hypothesis has developed that the gathering could occur in the Russian Far East city of Vladivostok.

Whenever inquired as to whether Russia and the United States reached each other on the issues of the Korean Peninsula, Peskov said a “specific trade of perspectives is in progress,” yet it was difficult to discuss some sort of close coordination on this issue.

Kim has met U.S. President Donald Trump twice. They finished the most recent summit in Vietnam’s Hanoi on Feb. 28 without an understanding.


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