September 19, 2020

Sergey Lavrov meets Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang, invites him to Russia

In DPRK capital, foreign minister says Moscow ready to work with two Koreas on economic cooperation

Foreign minister Sergey Lavrov met with DPRK leader Kim Jong Un in the North Korean capital on Thursday and invited him to Russia, the country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) announced.

Conveying a message from Russian President Vladimir Putin, Lavrov said the Kremlin wished Kim "success in those major undertakings that are now initiated on the Korean Peninsula with your participation."