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Russia And North Korea Strike Mutual Defense Deal

NORTH KOREA – Vladimir Putin announced a “breakthrough” partnership with North Korea during his rare visit this week, pledging mutual assistance if either nation is attacked.

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NORTH KOREA – Vladimir Putin announced a “breakthrough” partnership with North Korea during his rare visit this week, pledging mutual assistance if either nation is attacked.

Thousands of North Koreans welcomed him with flags and flowers, marking his first visit in 24 years.

The new agreement replaces previous deals and covers political, trade, investment, cultural, and security spheres.

Putin criticized U.S.-led joint drills as “hostile” and called the pact a “watershed moment.”

The visit, featuring grand celebrations, highlights North Korea’s reliance on Russia.

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