NK official handling United States affairs begins Russian Federation visit

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Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on September 28 that Oleg Burmistrov, Russia's ambassador-at-large, will hold talks with Choe Son Hui, director-general of the North American department at North Korea's Foreign Ministry.

The Russia-North Korea Friendship House at the Khasan crossing point on the Russian-North Korean border.

Restrictions on Chinese trade with North Korea have posed new challenges for the North Korean leader, Cho said.

The strategy calls for Pyongyang to stop its tests in exchange for an end to US and South Korean joint military exercises on the peninsula.

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Commenting on the issue on the eve of the meeting, Heather Nauert, US State Department spokesperson, said that Washington "can't see that as a bad thing".

U.S. efforts to stop North Korea has reached a "dead end" and any more pressure on Pyongyang could lead to a war, Russian Federation warned on Tuesday.

Other senior administration officials are more suspicious.

A senior official from South Korea's Unification Ministry, which handles inter-Korean relations, admitted that Pyongyang was seeking stronger ties with Moscow, but said the government hadn't detected any signs yet that the ultimate goal was to reach out to Washington.

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Any missile fired at the USA by the totalitarian dictatorship would most likely fly over the North Pole and may even have to be destroyed over Russian Federation itself. Moscow lobbied to weaken the sanctions, particularly regarding a full oil embargo.

Fear of regime change was also one of the reasons why Russian Federation got involved in the Syrian conflict, supporting President Bashar al-Assad regime, vetoing numerous USA -led resolutions at the U.N. Security Council condemning the violence, and leading peace talks negotiations.

China echoed Russia's concerns, and said war on the peninsula would have "no winners".

"During the consultations, opinions will be exchanged on the situation developing on the Korean Peninsula and in northeastern Asia", Zakharova said, without providing further details.

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