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|Monday, August 06, 2001, updated at 21:30(GMT+8)|
DPRK Officials Hail Kim Jong Il's Russia TripOfficials of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) have spoken highly of their top leader Kim Jong Il's Moscow trip, describing it as a historic event in bilateral relations, the Korean Central News Agency reported Monday.
Education Minister Pyon Yong Rip said that as stated in the DPRK-Russia Moscow declaration, the meeting held between the top leaders of the two countries in the first year of the new century is an event of special significance in the history of friendly relations between the DPRK and Russia and that it is a historic landmark in strengthening peace and security in the Asian-Pacific region and the rest of the world.
Vice Foreign Minister Kung Sok Ung said that developing the DPRK-Russia relations is in full accord with the interests of the two peoples.
The friendly and cooperative relations between the two countries will be further developed in all fields in the spirit of the DPRK-Russia joint declaration, the DPRK-Russia treaty of friendship, and the DPRK-Russian Moscow declaration, he said.
Ryang Man Gil, chairman of Pyongyang City People's Committee, said that the city is seething with excitement.
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