Kim Jong-Un sent a message to his counterpart Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, June 19, 218. In a letter whose contents were revealed by Louri Ushakov the adviser to the Russian president, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un expressed the issue that Russia need to maintain contact at the highest level. More specifically, it aims to strengthen contacts between the two countries.
It is undisputed that North Korea’s nuclear tests had severely dampened that country’s contacts with a number of its partners. But after the Singapore meeting between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un, North Korea seems more than ever motivated to revive internationally by renewing its former partners including Russia. That is why the written message of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed the intention to maintain contact at the highest level.
However, the letter did not contain information about possible contacts between the two leaders, “No, not yet,” said Putin’s adviser to reporters.
It should be noted that Vladimir Putin declared on June 14 that he highly appreciated the results of the historic talks between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump in Singapore. He then invited Kim Jong-un to go to Russia to participate in the Eastern Economic Forum, to be held in September in Vladivostok, or on any other occasion.