Moscow will give S. Korea details of Kim's visit to Russia if asked -Russian agencies
Moscow will give South Korea details of the planned visit of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un to Russia if Seoul asks for such information, Russia's Interfax news agency said on Tuesday, citing Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Rudenko.
"We have a South Korean embassy in Moscow, if they want, we can provide the available information," Rudenko said.
He added that Moscow will continue contacts with South Korea as the country is a trading partner of Russia and the two have "common interests in terms of stabilizing the situation in Northeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula."
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