Havana's man in Pyongyang: Cuba's first full-time North Korea correspondent | NK News
June 18, 2024

Havana’s man in Pyongyang: Cuba’s first full-time North Korea correspondent

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On November 4 last year, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel landed at Pyongyang’s Sunan Airport for a summit with Kim Jong Un — the first between the two countries in over three decades.

Accompanying the DPRK leader at the airport was the usual gaggle of journalists from North Korea's state media, all jostling for the best shots of their Marshal and his second meeting with Díaz-Canel.

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