An exhibition of books, photos and applied arts from the DPRK was held in Russia


On Wednesday, December 10, an exhibition of books, photographs and art objects of the DPRK was held at the International Center for Scientific and Technical Information.

This event, which came with the direct participation of the DPRK embassy in Moscow and the leaders of our organization, was formally timed to the day of mourning on the occasion of the death of the Eternal Chairman Kim Jong Il.

After the hymns of Russia and the DPRK were played, Zin Jong Hyup, charge d'affaires of the DPRK in Russia, delivered a welcoming speech. After him, Mr. Volkov, deputy director of the 1st Department of Asian Countries of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, spoke.

He noted the importance of Russian-Korean relations, recalling that Vladimir Putin made his first foreign visit as president to Pyongyang, and spoke with nostalgia of his experience working with Eternal Chairman  Kim Jong Il during his official visits to Russia.

The red ribbon symbolizing the opening of the exhibition was cut.

The event was attended by many guests from various organizations and structures that maintain close contacts with the DPRK, representatives of political parties and foreign policy officials of both Russia and Korea.


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