Activist of the Russian Executive Committee of the DPRK ISG Artyom Nevsky from the Izvestia newspaper attended the summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), which was held in the Kremlin on May 16. The Summit raised the issue of possible expansion in the light of the threat from the United States and its satellites.
Apparently, the CSTO will expand in response to the expansion of the NATO alliance. It will recruit new members from all over the world to prevent a possible violation of their sovereignty. Countries plan to arm and conduct exercises, while paying particular attention to the threat of biological weapons, which the United States is trying to place almost on the borders of Russia.
This reminded me of how, on April 25, Director of the First Asian Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry Georgy Zinoviev, during a round table with the participation of the DPRK Ambassador Shin Hong Chol, noted the special role of Korea in the formation of new military-political alliances.
Against the background of the fact that the Russian Federation and the DPRK have a clear common enemy in the person of the United States, the updated policy of the CSTO may lead to an improvement in Russian-Korean relations. We will wait for further steps from Russia.