Putin went to North Korea after 24 years, now the effect of the visit is visible, this news will trouble America

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Russia to resume direct rail service to North Korea Russia will resume direct passenger rail service with North Korea in July after a four-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, news agency Interfax reported on Wednesday.

Russian President Vladimir Putin visited North Korea. When Putin’s aircraft arrived in Pyongyan, North Korea, a red carpet was laid to welcome him. North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un himself received Putin. After this, a meeting was also held between the leaders of the two countries. After this, Putin also thanked North Korea for standing in support of Russian policies. Now news is coming that Russia is going to start a direct rail service to North Korea. News agency Interfax reported on Wednesday that Russia will resume direct passenger rail service with North Korea in July after a gap of four years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The trains will run from the city of Vladivostok to the North Korean port of Rason, Interfax reported, citing Oleg Kozhemyako, governor of Primorsky Krai, Russia’s Far Eastern region bordering North Korea. “Boating in Vladivostok, (people) will come directly to the DPRK, enjoy its beauty, nature, culture, get acquainted with customs and traditions,” the agency quoted Kozhemyako as saying at the opening of the freight festival in Vladivostok. After Russia launched an invasion of Ukraine in 2022 and subsequent sanctions imposed on Moscow by Kiev’s allies, Russia has turned its gaze to Asia and Africa in search of economic, security and diplomatic ties.

President Vladimir Putin visited North Korea last week for the first time since 2000, deepening Moscow’s ties with Pyongyang and signing a bilateral agreement that included a mutual defense pledge. It is worth noting that Russian President Putin visited North Korea for the first time in 24 years. Earlier he visited North Korea in 2000.

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