North Korean weapons, Russian oil, mutual defence pact


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According to Russian state-owned news agency TASS, the new document was needed because of the “profound” changes in the geopolitical situation across the globe and within the region specifically. On Wednesday, the two leaders signed a new treaty on a “comprehensive strategic partnership” that reinforces military cooperation to include a mutual pledge to help each other if attacked. New Delhi: Russian President Vladimir Putin Wednesday met his North Korean counterpart Kim Jong-Un in Pyongyang in an effort to shore up support, especially military aid, from one of Moscow’s strongest supporters in its war against Ukraine. Putin’s first visit to the...