21:33Comrade A. Mostov Met with the Communists at the Front Line of Defense of Russia
Lugansk, November 7 (RSTV)
As part of the activities of the special group of war correspondents "Special Press of Russia", Alexander Mostov, Leader of the DPRK International Solidarity Group (DPRK ISG), got acquainted on the spot with the work of the communists on the front line of Russia's defense.
He was warmly welcomed by Comrades Alexander Ermolenko (Deputy of the People's Council from the Communist Party of the LPR), Igor Gumenyuk (Secretary of the Communist Party of the LPR) and Marina Akhmaeva (Deputy Head of the National Policy Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation), as well as relevant party and state officials.
During the working trip, the Leader of our Group, together with the communists, visited the building of the People's Council of the LPR, a school, a representative office of the UPC-CPSU in the LPR, as well as a local hospital.
Comrade Ermolenko noted that he highly appreciates the recognition of the LPR by the DPRK and considers this a historic event that undermines the existing unjust world order. He emphasized that Korea, under the leadership of the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un, invariably goes from victory to victory, boldly and energetically defending not only the sovereignty of its state, but also justice on a global scale.
In turn, Comrade Mostov spoke about the activities to provide practical assistance to the DPRK in its struggle, discussed a number of specific business issues with the communists of the LPR, and also noted the contribution of the regional secretary of the executive committee of the Russian Group of Solidarity with the DPRK to the development of relations with the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and the Komsomol of the Russian Federation.
The head of our organization helped with the unloading of humanitarian aid and took a photo with the daughter of Yermolenko.
At parting, the communists took a joint photo and escorted the military correspondents to Mariupol.
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