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Putin received the emissary Kim Jong-Yin

Russian President Vladimir Putin received the envoy of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. TASS reports.

As the press secretary of the president Dmitry Peskov said, the secretary of the Central Committee of the Korean Workers' Party (TPK) Choi Ren He handed the letter of the DPRK leader personally into the hands of the Russian president.

Choi Ren He came to Russia on an official visit to discuss "topical issues of bilateral relations", including "ways to enhance trade and economic cooperation, the situation on the Korean Peninsula and in the Northeast Asia region", as well as some international problems.

After Moscow, Choi Ren He plans to visit Khabarovsk and Vladivostok. The North Korean leader's special envoy will leave Russia on November 24.

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