KCNA: "Aftercooking up the gangster-like 'Ulsa Five-point Treaty' in 1905, they tried to cover up their sinister scheme with mixed using of 'Corea' and 'Korea'They made frantic efforts to completely change 'Corea' into 'Korea' after the 'annexation' of Korea."

Map. History of Koreas conflict

17 July 2019
Trump says US paid no money to North Korea over Warmbier
2 month ago
[email protected]: No money was paid to North Korea for Otto Warmbier, not two Million Dollars, not anything else. This is not the Obama Administration that paid 1.8 Billion Dollars for four hostages, or gave five terroist hostages plus, who soon went back to battle, for traitor Sgt. Bergdahl.
2 month ago
KCNA: "It makes all farms obtain a correct grasp of the soil composition for each area in a scientific wayand ensure prescribed number of bunches of seedlings per phyong. It also urges the farms to introduce advanced methods of manuring and watering."
2 month ago
KCNA: "Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, in his policy speech delivered at the First Session of the 14th Supreme People's Assembly, stressed that the problem of food, which is of decisive importance in the improvement of the people's living, should be solved in the earliest period."
2 month ago
KCNA: "The Japanese imperialists ruthlessly trampled down on the Korean nation's dignity and sovereignty even by distorting its English name. This is a hideous crime unprecedented in human history."
2 month ago
KCNA: "By putting the name of Korea next Japan in English alphabetical order, the Japanese imperialists schemed to make clear the subordinate relationshipthey had resorted to all sorts of dirty and vicious plots for turning Korea into their colony."
2 month ago
KCNA: "Aftercooking up the gangster-like 'Ulsa Five-point Treaty' in 1905, they tried to cover up their sinister scheme with mixed using of 'Corea' and 'Korea'They made frantic efforts to completely change 'Corea' into 'Korea' after the 'annexation' of Korea."
2 month ago
KCNA: "The Japanese imperialists committed such extra-large crime as having distorted its English name. Originally, the internationally recognized English name of Korea was Corea. But the Japanese imperialists began to distort its English name as 'Korea.'"
2 month ago
KCNA: "The Supreme Leader sincerely wished that Russia would certainly prosper as a powerful and dignified great country under the leadership of President Putin. The banquet proceeded in an amicable atmosphere overflowing with the feelings of friendship."
2 month ago
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un invited Putin to visit the DPRK at a convenient time and the invitation was readily accepted."
2 month ago
KCNA: Kim Jong Un "added that peace and security on the Korean peninsula will entirely depend on the U.S. future attitude, and the DPRK will gird itself for every possible situation."
2 month ago
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un said that the situation on the Korean peninsula and the region is at a standstill and has reached a critical point where it may return to its original state as the U.S. took an unilateral attitude in bad faith at the recent second DPRK-U.S. summit talks."
2 month ago
KCNA: "They analyzed and assessed the trend of the situation on the Korean peninsula that has faced a crucial moment and had an in-depth discussion on the ways for the two countries to promote the strategic communication and tactical collaboration."
2 month ago
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un said he was very pleased to visit Russia, the friendly neighboring country, at the invitation of President Putin and that the meeting came to be a special important occasion in reaffirming the invariable trend of the history of the DPRK-Russia relations."
2 month ago
KCNA: "Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un had talks with Putin, president of the Russian Federation, on April 25At the talks, President Putin expressed deep thanks to Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un once again for accepting his invitation and visiting Russia."
Kim-Putin summit was "friendly," according to KCNA
North Korea's Kim says peace on peninsula depends on US "future attitude," according to KCNA
North Korea's Kim says US acted in "bad faith" at Hanoi summit, according to KCNA
Kim says North Korea will prepare for all scenarios: state media
Putin says he is ready to tell Trump about his talks with Kim, says 'there are no secrets.'
Putin: We want to build railway, pipelines across North Korea. It's in South Korea's interest, but they have "deficit. ahem. of sovereignty" in making decisions.
In remarks clearly addressed to US, Putin says North Korean issue "cannot be solved with fists". "Denuclearisation is not the disarmament of North Korea . North Korea needs a guarantee of its security, of its sovereignty"
There is no alternative to peaceful solution of nuclear issue on Korean Peninsula, Putin says following talks with Kim Jong Un
North Korea pledges to provide military response to US-South Korea drills
DPRK top leader Kim Jong Un says he held "candid and meaningful" talks with Russian President Putin about guaranteeing peace and security, Yonhap reported.
Kremlin TV: One-on-one meeting between Putin and Kim lasted 2 hours, twice as long as planned. Bilateral talks including delegations has begun.
Russian President Putin says he held "substantial" talks with North Korean leader Kim on Korea situation
2 month ago
KCNA: "The Supreme Leader exchanged greetings with senior officials of the capital and local areas and headed for the lodging placeHe was presented with a bread and salt and then floral greetings by Russian women according to a Russian custom."
2 month ago
KCNA: "At 18:00 local time, a private train with Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un aboard pulled in at the railway stationThere was a ceremony for welcoming the visit to the Russian Federation by Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un."
2 month ago
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea, chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and supreme commander of the armed forces of the DPRK, arrived at Vladivostok, the Russian Federation on Wednesday."
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