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Special representative of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Yun Tsoi Ryong He arrived in Moscow

North Korea seeks allies in connection with the UN Security Council resolution threatening it, recommending that the North Korean leadership be brought to the international court on charges of crimes against humanity.

This resolution will be discussed after the investigation of the extensive concentration camps in North Korea, but the chances of its passage are not high, since Pyongyang's allies - Russia and China - have the right of veto.

Choi Ryong Hae is one of the highest-ranking North Korean officials, considered to be the confidant of the country's leader Kim Jong-un.

His eight-day visit to Russia is the third such visit to Moscow from Pyongyang.

On Tuesday he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin and on Thursday with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

According to official reports, the agenda of the talks in Moscow includes issues of bilateral economic relations, the situation on the Korean Peninsula and Southeast Asia, as well as other international issues.

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