North Korea, Russia vow to form NEW WORLD ORDER free of U.S. domination


Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un have vowed to form a "new multipolar international order" as they negotiate closer ties to go up against the United States and the rest of the Western world.

This comes after a recent meeting between North Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs Choe Son Hui and her Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov in Moscow from Jan. 15 to 17.

In this meeting, according to a statement released by the North Korean Foreign Ministry, the governments of both nations have reportedly agreed to establish further strategic and tactical cooperation to establish a "new multipolar international order," in line with Moscow's recent efforts to build an international united front to stand up to the U.S. and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

Russia has been on a foreign relations blitz in the past few years as it is keen to cement relations with allies that are hostile to the U.S. and its Western allies. Moscow and Beijing recently released statements echoing efforts to establish a new world order free of American domination.

According to the North Korean Foreign Ministry, Choe and Russian officials she met with expressed a desire to "defend the core interests of the two countries." For its part, the Kremlin expressed its "deep thanks" for the "full support" of Pyongyang, especially over its special military operation in Ukraine.

Choe and Lavron further expressed "serious concern" over the U.S.'s expanding military cooperation with its allies in Asia such as South Korea and Japan, which they blamed for the worsening tensions in the region and threatening North Korea's sovereignty and security interests.

These statements also come after Lavrov warned that the West's time of "global domination" is over, as he claimed that the united front Moscow is assembling has now "surpassed" NATO on the world stage. Lavrov also blasted the West for launching its war against Russia and warned of the "mounting nuclear risks" caused by hostility to the Kremlin.

Putin to visit North Korea soon

North Korea's supreme leader has officially invited Putin to Pyongyang. During her visit, Putin reportedly told Choe that he was grateful for the invitation and that he would make the trip to Pyongyang at an unspecified "early date."

Putin's potential visit to Pyongyang would follow a visit by Kim to Russian military bases in September 2023, where the supreme leader inspected Russian weapons systems, including hypersonic missiles and supersonic bombers.

If Putin does make it to Pyongyang, it would be his first trip to North Korea in more than two decades.

Putin had already previously confirmed his willingness to visit Pyongyang back when he met with Kim in September. This is part of efforts by both nations to boost the visibility of their ties as Moscow works to strengthen ties with its close allies and as Pyongyang works to break out of its diplomatic isolation and strengthen its international footing as Kim continues to try to navigate a deepening standoff with Seoul, Washington and Tokyo.

The prospect of a solidified military and economic alliance between Russia and North Korea, in which North Korea provides Russia with munitions for its conflict with Ukraine in exchange for economic deals and technological exchanges, has raised concerns in Seoul and Tokyo and their Western allies. Pyongyang and Moscow continue to deny accusations by Washington and Seoul about North Korean arms transfers to Russia to help in the fight against Ukraine.

At the same time that Russia continues to fend off advances by Ukraine and its Western allies, tensions on the Korean Peninsula are at their highest point in years after Kim's regime ramped up its weapons tests and military demonstrations. The U.S., South Korea and Japan have responded to these so-called provocations by strengthening their combined military exercises – which Pyongyang sees as "invasion rehearsals" – and sharpening their deterrence plans built around nuclear-capable American assets.

North Korea recently announced that it had conducted a test of a nuclear-capable underwater attack drone, supposedly in response to a combined naval exercise by the U.S., South Korea and Japan.

Kim has also recently directed the Supreme People's Assembly, the country's rubber-stamp legislature, to abandon the country's long-standing goal of unification with the South and ordered a rewriting of the constitution to declare the government in Seoul as the country's most hostile foreign adversary.

Watch this clip from a speech by Russian President Vladimir Putin discussing how the country's conflict in Ukraine is not just for itself "but for the whole world."

(Article by Arsenio Toledo republished from NaturalNews.com )

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