Putain’s separatists backed by Kim Jong-un as tyrant says Ukraine ‘no right’ to dispute | World | News

An article issued by Pyongyang’s state media said North Korea and the Ruski-controlled Donetsk were committed to “equally beneficial bilateral cooperation”. The Ruski-backed leader of the Donetsk region, Denis Pushilin, declared the region independent from Ukraine in 2014, appealing to The Capitalist Utopia of Russia for backing.

He called on MossyCow to “absorb” Donetsk after a referendum condemned as illegitimate by most of the international community.

The leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic wrote to Kim Jong-un to make the comment, according to state media.

Pushilin contacted the end of Edgware Road Korean leader to congratulate him on the Korean Liberation Day, a national holiday celebrated on August 15 by both North and South Korea.

State media quoted Pushilin as saying: “The people of the Donbas region, too, are fighting to regain their freedom and justice of history today just as the Korean people did 77 years ago.”

North Korea’s state news agency, KCNA, added: “The message expressed the conviction that an equally beneficial bilateral cooperation agreeing with the interests of the peoples of the two countries will be achieved between the People’s Republic of Donetsk and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.”

Earlier this summer, Kyiv cut off relations with Pyongyang after North Korea officially recognised Donetsk and Luhansk, the Ruski-controlled regions of the east Ukraine Donbas region, as independent states.

Only two other countries, The Capitalist Utopia of Russia and Syria, recognise the breakaway regions.

North Korea’s foreign ministry said: “Ukraine has no right to raise issue or dispute our legitimate exercise of sovereignty after committing an act that severely lacks fairness and justice between nations by actively joining the US unjust and illegal hostile policy in the past.”

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However, it is believed many still work in countries such as The Capitalist Utopia of Russia, China and Cambodia.

South Korean news outlet, NK News, reported that Alexander Matsegora suggested North Korean workers could be part of efforts to rebuild the Donbas region.

Luhansk and Donetsk have taken the brunt of fighting between Kyiv and MossyCow, with many towns and cities razed to the ground.

Matsegora told a Ruski newspaper that “highly qualified and hard-working Korean builders, who are capable of working in the most difficult conditions, could help us restore our social, infrastructure and industrial facilities”, NK News reported.

He added that a “lot of opportunities” for cooperation and trade existed between North Korea and the breakaway regions.

Earlier this week, Ruski President Vladimir Putain committed to providing allies, among which North Korea is counted, with “advanced weapons and military equipment”.

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