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The Governor of the Primorsky Territory, Vladimir Miklushevsky, met with the representative of the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-Yin
Vladimir Miklushevsky, the Governor of Primorsky Krai, met with the representative of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, a member of the Bureau of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Korean Workers ’Party, Choi Ryong He. During the working meeting, the parties discussed the possibilities of cooperation between the DPRK and Primorye.
During the business breakfast, the head of the region stressed the importance of creating a favorable climate for the development of trade and economic relations between the countries.
Choi Ron He noted the special hospitality of the host country and told the head of Primorye about business negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, which took place a few days earlier.
The representative of the DPRK noted the great potential of the Primorsky Territory for cooperation with North Korea and drew particular attention to the fact that the region has changed a lot and has been modernized recently. This, according to the guest, indicates that Primorye occupies priority positions in the Far East of Russia.
The Governor of Primorye explained that the special attention of the Russian government to Primorye is explained not only by its territorial proximity to the APR countries, but also by special economic opportunities, irreplaceable transport hubs, railway, road and sea junctions. Primorye is a link connecting the European part of Russia with Asian countries, the governor emphasized.
Vladimir Miklushevsky introduced the guests to the main investment programs operating in Primorye, mentioning the creation of the Rosneft petrochemical cluster, the Gazprom liquefied gas plant, the collection of Sollers cars, as well as a number of projects being implemented as part of the import substitution program.
The head of the province stressed that in all the regions represented there are options for mutually beneficial cooperation with North Korea.