Sister of the leader of the DPRK: "North Korea will be in the same trench with the army and the people of Russia"

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Sister of the leader of the DPRK: "North Korea will be in the same trench with the army and the people of Russia"

The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Kim Yo-jong, expressed her opinion on the armed conflict in Ukraine and the geopolitical confrontation between Russia and the collective West.

The sister of Kim Jong-un, who holds the post of deputy head of the department of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of the DPRK, said that the United States, pumping up the army of the Kyiv regime with a large number of weapons, thereby provokes instability around the world.



North Korea will always be in the same trench with the army and people of Russia

Kim Jong-un's sister emphasized.

Kim Yo-jong also stressed that the Western countries, no matter what, will not be able to "break the heroic spirit of the army and the people of Russia," and all the weapons they supply to Kyiv will inevitably "burn out and turn into scrap metal."

Kim Jong-un's sister is known for her extremely bold statements regarding the current state of affairs in international politics. Earlier, she spoke sharply about the accusations of the South Korean authorities of provocations by the DPRK, expressed in the testing of ballistic missiles.

Kim Yo-jong then compared the South Korean authorities to "homeless dogs gnawing on a bone thrown by the United States", and also added that Seoul "does not know how to live in safety and comfort."

The sister of the North Korean leader also spoke rather sharply about the sanctions imposed by the southern neighbor on Pyongyang, calling them useless and adding that Seoul could impose them "at least a thousand times more."

Earlier, White House spokesman John Kirby accused the North Korean leadership of supplying Russia with weapons allegedly intended for the Wagner PMC. The accusations were based only on information about Russian railway cars that made a flight from Russia to the DPRK and back.
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  1. +51
    27 January 2023 18: 23
    Now that's a normal statement! Friend is known in trouble!. I would like to consider the issue of a couple of corps of North Korean volunteers to exchange experience in humanitarian operations. And yet, they traditionally have powerful art. And soon they will decide the issue of reunification and the return of the territories occupied by the South Korean, pro-American, puppet regime.
    1. +62
      27 January 2023 18: 26
      It is high time to develop the closest relationship with North Korea. They can produce the same and no worse than southerners. It is necessary to increase mutual deliveries by railway.
      1. +38
        27 January 2023 18: 31
        Worse or not - the question is of course an interesting one. But! They produce their own smartphones. But we are not.
        1. +24
          27 January 2023 18: 48
          North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister Kim Yo-jong speaks out

          I don't think this is her opinion.
          1. +7
            27 January 2023 22: 38
            Quote: figvam
            I don't think this is her opinion.

            How did you guess?
            They have it not with us, if a representative of the authorities speaks, it means he expresses the opinion of the Workers' Party of the DPRK.
            There are all sorts of purgamets against the wall and there are no problems.
            1. +4
              28 January 2023 10: 33
              In China and Iran, officials are executed if they carry out destructive activities against their country.

              In Moscow, Western standards are licentiousness and permissiveness, collusion between officials and millions of bribes. Not very long ago, they investigated the case of an anti-corruption official whose entire apartment was littered with wads of money. And no death penalty, maybe in 5 years they will release the hidden millions to spend. For such a minimum, a life sentence should be given, and a maximum - to the wall and at a expense, so that others would be repulsed to harm their country for money.

              https://rucompromat.com/articles/top-5_silovikov_i_chinovnikov_derzhavshih_doma_milliardyi
              1. +2
                28 January 2023 10: 55
                Well, we are moving along the Asian course, so it's not evening yet :) It's not for nothing that some rich people, as soon as they smelled fried, draped so that their heels sparkled, although they didn't seem to be in danger. ;)
          2. +3
            28 January 2023 10: 36
            And I like her position: in a trench, so in a trench, the main thing is that the Donbass, on the basis of an agreement with the DPRK on mutual assistance, develop this direction - shells, fighters, builders, seamstresses
          3. -4
            28 January 2023 11: 51
            Quote: figvam
            I don't think this is her opinion.

            When Kim took over for the watch, his uncle kicked him up and, as a result, was put to feed for the dogs. You won't be spoiled there...
        2. -15
          27 January 2023 19: 09
          What level of chips do they produce?
          1. +1
            28 January 2023 12: 00
            And Turkey, what kind of microcircuits to produce? And nothing, trades with Russia.
        3. -9
          27 January 2023 19: 47
          They produce their own smartphones.

          On what machines?
          1. +3
            28 January 2023 11: 58
            Produced on Chinese machines. AND ?
        4. +6
          27 January 2023 20: 13
          How can you poor thing live without your own smartphones? Probably frustrated? This is the main criterion for the development of the state.
          1. +4
            28 January 2023 10: 59
            Of course, I can’t read minds, but I assume that the author of the comment cited smartphones as an indicator of the development of microelectronics, as an example. But he was a little mistaken in that we do not produce electronics at all. We produce it, just not for the civilian sector. The quality is not worse, and in some places even better than that of Western counterparts, but with about a 10-15 year difference. (although it may have already been reduced)
            1. -1
              28 January 2023 14: 59
              Quote from SincerityX
              Of course, I can’t read minds, but I assume that the author of the comment cited smartphones as an indicator of the development of microelectronics, as an example. But he was a little mistaken in that we do not produce electronics at all. We produce it, just not for the civilian sector. The quality is not worse, and in some places even better than that of Western counterparts, but with about a 10-15 year difference. (although it may have already been reduced)

              I read that devices based on qubits have already appeared and that about photonic communications in electronics. This is about our developments. It was here at VO.
              1. 0
                30 January 2023 08: 28
                Not "devices", but "developments", i.e. they can be either in the form of an idea based on a theory or in the form of test samples. Those. it's not just about the series, even about how it will look like it's still out of the question. But, I think one way or another, ours will do something, but there was a computer on the ternary number system, in which the number speed relative to the element increases to the third degree.
      2. +18
        27 January 2023 18: 55
        Quote from Mitos
        It is high time to develop the closest relationship with North Korea.

        If in 2017 their introduction could still be justified by attempts to “find a compromise” with the West, now, when the US imperialists openly embarked on the path of confrontation with Russia and China, the leadership of the Russian Federation will especially need the support of friendly countries.
        But there is one BUT: Sanctions on the DPRK were imposed by the UN Security Council, and Russia, as a permanent member of the Security Council, cannot afford to ignore its decisions and cooperate with Pyongyang without lifting these sanctions.
        1. +29
          27 January 2023 19: 29
          Quote: tihonmarine
          Sanctions on the DPRK were imposed by the UN Security Council, and Russia, as a permanent member of the Security Council, cannot afford to ignore its decisions and cooperate with Pyongyang without lifting these sanctions.

          It is necessary to outline some kind of "red line" beyond which the Russian Federation will exit the sanctions regime against North Korea and Iran, and which the United States will definitely cross.
          Anything will do:
          - US maneuvers near the borders of the DPRK or Iran;
          - the approach of the US aircraft carrier group to the borders of the DPRK or Iran;
          -supply of combat aircraft or missile systems with a range of more than 80 km to Ukraine;
          - the introduction of any new sanctions against the Russian Federation by the United States, Great Britain or France;
          - failure by the United States or Great Britain to fulfill its obligations to destroy its chemical weapons within six months;
          -If Biden starts saying hello again on the haunted stage (it makes us nervous)
          -If one of the NATO officials starts barking at Russia once again.
          And you can have all these lines at once and about twenty others.
          1. +8
            27 January 2023 19: 33
            Quote: Captain Pushkin
            Quote: tihonmarine
            Sanctions on the DPRK were imposed by the UN Security Council, and Russia, as a permanent member of the Security Council, cannot afford to ignore its decisions and cooperate with Pyongyang without lifting these sanctions.

            It is necessary to outline some kind of "red line" beyond which the Russian Federation will exit the sanctions regime against North Korea and Iran, and which the United States will definitely cross.
            Anything will do:
            - US maneuvers near the borders of the DPRK or Iran;
            - the approach of the US aircraft carrier group to the borders of the DPRK or Iran;
            -supply of combat aircraft or missile systems with a range of more than 80 km to Ukraine;
            - the introduction of any new sanctions against the Russian Federation by the United States, Great Britain or France;
            - failure by the United States or Great Britain to fulfill its obligations to destroy its chemical weapons within six months;
            -If Biden starts saying hello again on the haunted stage (it makes us nervous)
            -If one of the NATO officials starts barking at Russia once again.
            And you can have all these lines at once and about twenty others.

            I agree, there is always a reason if you want.
            The United States constantly violates UN Security Council resolutions and nothing. And we all play in the nobility.
            1. +1
              28 January 2023 12: 28
              Specify, not WE. Putin and Lavrov. Unfortunately, we were not asked. Personally, I am against this "nobility". And, I think, half of Russia for sure.
              1. 0
                28 January 2023 14: 56
                Quote: VladMirU
                Specify, not WE. Putin and Lavrov. Unfortunately, we were not asked. Personally, I am against this "nobility". And, I think, half of Russia for sure.

                Plusanul, but I’ll clarify, Yes, decisions are made by the authorities, but Putin and Lavrov are also Russia.
                You and I do not separate ourselves from Russia, that's why I said we.
          2. +3
            27 January 2023 20: 00
            I will add: - If the Baltic limitrophes insult the Russian Federation and its people at least once, and also once again humiliate the Russian-speaking population of these entities ... But for this, it is high time for the Foreign Ministry to take a deep breath and exhale and develop a "tariff" grid of "red lines" and for violation of each of them will deepen the advance of the Russian Army into the depths of the Former Ukrainian SSR by a certain number of kilometers.
        2. +9
          27 January 2023 19: 38
          when the US imperialists openly embarked on the path of confrontation with the Russian imperialists
          I corrected you a little. And North Korea can be helped by South Ossetia and Apsny, if there is a desire in the Kremlin.
          1. -1
            28 January 2023 14: 52
            Quote: Gardamir
            when the US imperialists openly embarked on the path of confrontation with the Russian imperialists
            I corrected you a little. And North Korea can be helped by South Ossetia and Apsny, if there is a desire in the Kremlin.

            Exactly, we can drive through them and get whatever we want.
        3. man
          +7
          27 January 2023 20: 37
          But there is one BUT: Sanctions on the DPRK were imposed by the UN Security Council, and Russia, as a permanent member of the Security Council, cannot afford to ignore its decisions and cooperate with Pyongyang without lifting these sanctions.
          Let's spit and say we've changed our minds!
          We have not heard such words addressed to us for a long time. Thank you, girl! smile
          1. +2
            28 January 2023 08: 28
            The hegemon does not care about the resolution of the Security Council, and we are still waiting for some lines (((
        4. +14
          27 January 2023 21: 40
          Quote: tihonmarine
          But there is one BUT: Sanctions on the DPRK were imposed by the UN Security Council, and Russia, as a permanent member of the Security Council, cannot afford to ignore its decisions and cooperate with Pyongyang without lifting these sanctions.

          Here Vlad has one interesting thing that does not pedal much, but the fact is that as soon as Russia recognized the independence of the LDNR, almost immediately it was duplicated by Pyongyang and agreements on cooperation and "other holes were signed between the LDNR and the DPRK ", as a result of which the international relations of the LDNR and the DPRK were not burdened by any UN resolutions, since the UN, unlike the DPRK, did not recognize the independence of the LDNR, and therefore THEIR relations began from a "white sheet" outside of resolutions and sanctions. Well, we respect the choice of the LDNR, and therefore held a referendum and accepted them as they were, i.e. with a legacy in the form of treaties with the DPRK. Now it turns out that we are, as it were, within the framework of the UN resolution, and the LDNR is not at all within the framework, and their interaction is carried out in accordance with the signed agreements. In other words, we have an open window, which will include thousands of Korean construction teams to restore the destroyed facilities of the republics of the LDNR, and, accordingly, Pyongyang can receive a bunch of orders for the manufacture of uniforms, shoes, etc. on behalf of the LDNR but in the interests of the Russian Federation. In short, not everything is so clear Yes
          1. +2
            28 January 2023 12: 34
            That's how the Duma thought. And then it plows, plows, but it's useless ... lol
          2. 0
            28 January 2023 14: 51
            Quote: Nyrobsky
            Quote: tihonmarine
            But there is one BUT: Sanctions on the DPRK were imposed by the UN Security Council, and Russia, as a permanent member of the Security Council, cannot afford to ignore its decisions and cooperate with Pyongyang without lifting these sanctions.

            Here Vlad has one interesting thing that does not pedal much, but the fact is that as soon as Russia recognized the independence of the LDNR, almost immediately it was duplicated by Pyongyang and agreements on cooperation and "other holes were signed between the LDNR and the DPRK ", as a result of which the international relations of the LDNR and the DPRK were not burdened by any UN resolutions, since the UN, unlike the DPRK, did not recognize the independence of the LDNR, and therefore THEIR relations began from a "white sheet" outside of resolutions and sanctions. Well, we respect the choice of the LDNR, and therefore held a referendum and accepted them as they were, i.e. with a legacy in the form of treaties with the DPRK. Now it turns out that we are, as it were, within the framework of the UN resolution, and the LDNR is not at all within the framework, and their interaction is carried out in accordance with the signed agreements. In other words, we have an open window, which will include thousands of Korean construction teams to restore the destroyed facilities of the republics of the LDNR, and, accordingly, Pyongyang can receive a bunch of orders for the manufacture of uniforms, shoes, etc. on behalf of the LDNR but in the interests of the Russian Federation. In short, not everything is so clear Yes

            It's like that. Everything depends only on the decision of our government. But there are ways to circumvent sanctions.
            By the way, the sanctions do not apply to fertilizers and grains.
        5. +9
          28 January 2023 05: 15
          You're right. But it is not necessary to formally renounce the decisions of the UN Security Council. It is possible to spit on these decisions actually. Especially in conditions when the UN General Assembly bleats anti-Russian resolutions.
          I am in favor of hiring the DPRK army under the guise of vacationers to participate in the NMD, and hiring DPRK construction battalions to restore Mariupol, Soledar, Donetsk, etc. Surely the Koreans will build much faster and better than our hand-assers, and they can be paid less than our mobilized ones.
          By the way, you can even eat shells and cartridges in the DPRK. I consider it right to exchange part of the arsenals of the DPRK for the supply of air defense and OTRK systems to the DPRK. Moreover, South Korea turned out to be a bastard and joined the supply of weapons and ammunition to the pigs.
          1. +3
            28 January 2023 08: 33
            The UN Security Council has not decided anything for a long time, if it ever did. Everyone doesn't care about him. But about the Koreans, you got to the point.)))
          2. -11
            28 January 2023 11: 01
            Don't give a damn about laws, treaties and international law. How familiar.
            Have you thought about the consequences?
            Few people don't like bespredelschikov. They are usually beaten by the whole team.
            1. 0
              28 January 2023 14: 41
              Quote: Skeptik3
              Don't give a damn about laws, treaties and international law. How familiar.
              Have you thought about the consequences?
              Few people don't like bespredelschikov. They are usually beaten by the whole team.

              Are you talking about your Ukraine? That's for sure.
              1. -1
                29 January 2023 12: 44
                This is me about the proposal of the author under the nickname "Alexander1971", if you have not noticed.
          3. -1
            28 January 2023 14: 47
            Quote: Alexander1971
            You're right. But it is not necessary to formally renounce the decisions of the UN Security Council. It is possible to spit on these decisions actually. Especially in conditions when the UN General Assembly bleats anti-Russian resolutions.
            I am in favor of hiring the DPRK army under the guise of vacationers to participate in the NMD, and hiring DPRK construction battalions to restore Mariupol, Soledar, Donetsk, etc. Surely the Koreans will build much faster and better than our hand-assers, and they can be paid less than our mobilized ones.
            By the way, you can even eat shells and cartridges in the DPRK. I consider it right to exchange part of the arsenals of the DPRK for the supply of air defense and OTRK systems to the DPRK. Moreover, South Korea turned out to be a bastard and joined the supply of weapons and ammunition to the pigs.

            No one forbids us to recruit volunteers.
            There were international brigades in Spain.
            We had a Czechoslovak corps in the Second World War, the Army of Ludov, Normandy-Neman, finally.
            Why don't we use experience? What are we afraid of?
            Or maybe it's easier? Can't provide weapons, equipment, equipment?
            1. -2
              29 January 2023 11: 46
              Or maybe there are simply no people who want to?
        6. +3
          28 January 2023 10: 02
          The UN has long outlived its usefulness, this office has no power, what Washington says is what the UN does, so forest them, preferably in small steps, and Russia should have national interests as a priority, something like that ...
          1. 0
            28 January 2023 12: 37
            ..........and Russia should have national interests as a priority !!! angry
        7. +2
          28 January 2023 12: 02
          Russia should make proposals for the lifting of sanctions against North Korea. How much more can you?
          1. -1
            28 January 2023 14: 40
            Quote: stankow
            Russia should make proposals for the lifting of sanctions against North Korea. How much more can you?

            I'm afraid our government will not hear the sound voices of the people.
            They rarely listen to us at all. More often than not, he just pretends to take into account our opinion.
            But this statement is a clear invitation to a closer relationship.
            Will they hear in the Kremlin.
      3. +22
        27 January 2023 19: 09
        Actually - give the Juche people fuel and lubricants and fertilizers, and they will show themselves like that .. Many countries never dreamed of.
        1. -25
          27 January 2023 20: 17
          What will they show? War communism has never been able to show anything, only in the short term.
          1. +17
            27 January 2023 20: 47
            You repeat bourgeois nonsense. For you have no idea - what level you need to have in order to make a nuclear bomb and an intercontinental missile. And to have - in a bunch of areas .. Are there many countries on the planet that can do this? But the DPRK - yes. Moreover, being in complete isolation and under sanctions for decades, which we never dreamed of.
            1. -1
              28 January 2023 15: 41
              Create a bomb and continue to starve several million people? Bravo. How many refrigerators and TVs do you have? And they have a TV in the villages, one in the club.
          2. +4
            28 January 2023 03: 44
            Quote: Arkadich
            What will they show? War communism has never been able to show anything, only in the short term.

            Well, they've already shown. As with a minimum of resources, a constant military threat, crazy international sanctions, economic and political pressure and prohibitions to become a nuclear power with a serious economy.
            Yes, South Korea would be bent in a year with such a level of sanctions and an economic blockade if they were introduced now.
          3. 0
            28 January 2023 14: 36
            Quote: Arkadich
            What will they show? War communism has never been able to show anything, only in the short term.

            Stop talking nonsense. You don't know anything about modern S. Korea.
            You operate with liberal myths and clichés.
            1. -1
              28 January 2023 15: 44
              Let's compare. You say stupidity when you blame a stranger behind your back. I work with publicly available information, and it's liberal, communitarian, I'm cool.
        2. +5
          28 January 2023 05: 17
          They need to be given not only fuel and lubricants and fertilizers, but also air defense and OTRK, and armored vehicles are desirable. And get soldiers, builders and shells in exchange.
        3. -3
          28 January 2023 06: 58
          Juche policy is not in North Korea.
        4. +1
          29 January 2023 12: 04
          Alas, no, the north of Korea has always been hungry, at all times throughout the history of Korea, Goguryeo, Joseon.
          North Korea has mountains and the climate is not ice.
          There, rice is not the main product, because the region grows badly, there are all sorts of cabbages and vegetables.
          In short, food is not North Korea's forte.
          There are products and materials and from there a lot of things.
          1. -2
            29 January 2023 12: 23
            Economic policy is not North Korea's forte. Lack of food is just a consequence.
      4. -17
        27 January 2023 19: 49
        They can produce the same and no worse than southerners.

        What?
        Name at least one ultrasound device?
        It is necessary to increase mutual deliveries by railway.

        Supplies of what? What do they produce that would be profitable to buy?
        1. +18
          27 January 2023 21: 14
          You will be surprised - but until the mid-80s, North Korea developed no worse than its southern neighbor. They say that they still have a lot of enterprises, only in idle time. Their main problem is the lack of fuel and grub. For the country is small, there is no one. And there is nothing to make fertilizers from. And to buy - Duc sanctions. How to sell your products. So - they need to throw what they need, and let's say they will immediately fill up with consumer goods ..

          The Juche people still produce a lot of things, from textiles to engineering. It's just that their goods go to the world under Chinese brands. So we don't know anything about them.
          1. 0
            27 January 2023 21: 54
            Their main problem is the lack of fuel and grub. For the country is small, there is no one. And there is nothing to make fertilizers from.

            So let China help.
            The Juche people still produce a lot of things, from textiles to engineering.

            So textiles, and many people produce mechanical engineering.
            This is what the Russian Federation buys for mechanical engineering from other countries.
            https://ru-stat.com/date-Y2021-2022/RU/import/world/16
            There are Belarus and Hungary on the list.
            Here is the textile
            https://ru-stat.com/date-Y2021-2022/RU/import/world/11
            The list has
            Belarus, Uzbekistan, Serbia
            1. +7
              27 January 2023 23: 01
              What about the question of price? It seems to me that the DPRK will make anyone here. Moreover, for us it will be barter, fuels and lubricants and fertilizers in exchange for goods. Now we have nowhere to put all this, they don’t let us sell it for dollars, but otherwise we’ll get at least what we need.
              1. +6
                28 January 2023 03: 47
                Quote: paul3390
                What about the question of price? It seems to me that the DPRK will make anyone here. Moreover, for us it will be barter, fuels and lubricants and fertilizers in exchange for goods. Now we have nowhere to put all this, they don’t let us sell it for dollars, but otherwise we’ll get at least what we need.

                I agree with you. If we give them oil, gas, timber, metals, fertilizers, grains (soybeans, wheat), electricity, then in return we can get quite a lot of goodies without any dollar.
          2. +2
            28 January 2023 12: 09
            North Korea is not a small country, but a mountainous one. Arable land remained in the south. That is why there is not enough food, and not because sowing. Koreans don't work well.
            1. -4
              28 January 2023 13: 20
              Everything is exactly the opposite. In the South, there are more mountains and less land suitable for agriculture.
              And there is not enough food because the economic system is idiotic. Unhappy ordinary Koreans are not to blame for this.
              1. 0
                28 January 2023 14: 29
                Quote: Skeptik3
                Everything is exactly the opposite. In the South, there are more mountains and less land suitable for agriculture.
                And there is not enough food because the economic system is idiotic. Unhappy ordinary Koreans are not to blame for this.

                And this cissoshnik will not wake up in any way. S. Korea solved the problem of hunger long ago.
                And this is in the context of long-term sanctions.
                If we helped them with fertilizers, which we have heaps of, they would export food.
          3. 0
            28 January 2023 15: 47
            "They say they milk chickens across the sea" what other rumors will you post here? and this person writes to me that I operate with liberal myths!
      5. +8
        28 January 2023 03: 36
        Quote from Mitos
        It is high time to develop the closest relationship with North Korea. They can produce the same and no worse than southerners. It is necessary to increase mutual deliveries by railway.

        Sometimes we rest on the sea not far from Hassan. And the railway to North Korea runs almost along the coast and in plain sight. So, trains run very rarely there. And I would like the trains with food and raw materials, which the Koreans lack so much, to move along it more intensively. Then trains with ammunition, artillery and soldiers would have gone in response.
      6. -7
        28 January 2023 09: 54
        They are? They can’t do anything, you can’t compare beggars and the industrial South, which is a direct competitor to Japan and Germany.
        1. 0
          28 January 2023 14: 26
          Quote from Stella Haddad
          They are? They can’t do anything, you can’t compare beggars and the industrial South, which is a direct competitor to Japan and Germany.

          Long sleep mister tsipsoshnik. S. Korea is completely different now, and the beggar is your Ukraine.
          1. -3
            28 January 2023 14: 31
            Quote: Ulan.1812
            Quote from Stella Haddad
            They are? They can’t do anything, you can’t compare beggars and the industrial South, which is a direct competitor to Japan and Germany.

            Long sleep mister tsipsoshnik. S. Korea is completely different now, and the beggar is your Ukraine.

            This dump is still on the verge of a crisis, who are you kidding? I don’t care about Ukraine and you at all, since I don’t belong to any of the titular ethnic groups of these 2 countries.
        2. +1
          29 January 2023 12: 07
          Well, dear man, you are a little confused, especially about beggars.
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    2. +15
      27 January 2023 18: 29
      Quote: voice of reason
      I would like to consider the issue of a couple of corps of North Korean volunteers to exchange experience in humanitarian operations.

      Yes, and one would be enough, but on a rotational basis and from "vacationers" from the units of the Special Forces, and the DPRK has the most of them in% in relation to the size of the Armed Forces
      1. 0
        27 January 2023 18: 54
        I do not think that linguistic diversity helps much in military affairs. On the side of the outskirts there are many foreigners and a large assortment of equipment. But this outskirts does not help much.
        1. +10
          27 January 2023 19: 32
          Quote: North Caucasus
          I do not think that linguistic diversity helps much in military affairs.

          The Chinese volunteers in Korea did not speak Korean very well, but the course of the war was turned in the right direction.
          1. +4
            27 January 2023 20: 14
            There, there were not much fewer Chinese volunteers than the DPRK Armed Forces, entire divisions of personnel fought. Therefore, the language difference did not interfere much.
          2. -3
            28 January 2023 17: 57
            Quote: Captain Pushkin
            Quote: North Caucasus
            I do not think that linguistic diversity helps much in military affairs.

            The Chinese volunteers in Korea did not speak Korean very well, but the course of the war was turned in the right direction.

            When could not keep Seoul? Meat was thrown at the troops of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the UN, I agree.
        2. +1
          28 January 2023 12: 17
          The armament of North Korea is all from Soviet designs. So the spread is small.
        3. 0
          29 January 2023 12: 11
          You may not be aware, but the difference between, say, the dialects of the north and south of Korea is huge.
          And in the provinces, too, the difference in dialects. You know, for me, dialects in the central part of Russia (to the west of the Ural Mountains) also often sound strange and nothing.
    3. +17
      27 January 2023 19: 05
      Here are the real brothers !!!!, not the underfence "brothers"
    4. +3
      28 January 2023 01: 16
      Quote: voice of reason
      Now that's a normal statement! Friend is known in trouble!. I would like to consider the issue of a couple of corps of North Korean volunteers to exchange experience in humanitarian operations.

      Nevertheless, in response to this statement, Putin will extend the sanctions ban on the supply of fuel and fuel oil to the DPRK and continue to supply these products at especially low prices to Ukraine. North Korea is suffocating from a lack of cheap energy resources, and Ukraine buys and receives the cheapest energy resources not from the USA and Europe, but from Russia. Seeing this, the United States does not even try to interest the DPRK in anything in order to exclude such statements by North Korean representatives.
    5. +2
      28 January 2023 07: 23
      Quote: voice of reason
      Now that's a normal statement! Friend is known in trouble!. I would like to consider the issue of a couple of corps of North Korean volunteers to exchange experience in humanitarian operations. And yet, they traditionally have powerful art. And soon they will decide the issue of reunification and the return of the territories occupied by the South Korean, pro-American, puppet regime.

      That's for sure, a friend is known ..., and our authorities have officially declared that they support legitimate UN sanctions against the DPRK, it turns out ridiculously, we support our enemies against our friends.
    6. +6
      28 January 2023 09: 21
      Quote: voice of reason
      I would like to consider the issue of a couple of corps of North Korean volunteers to exchange experience in humanitarian operations.

      Yes, it would be nice to restore the traditions of international missions.
      Quote: voice of reason
      And yet, they traditionally have powerful art.

      And they have powerful MLRS. For the massive strikes in the upcoming offensive operations - that's it.
      But it’s time for us to assist them in building reliable air defense and re-equipping aviation. And not only to them, but also to our other friends ... let's say in the soft underbelly of the United States - Cuba, Nicaragua, to work with Mexico. And with Argentina and Brazil - within the framework of BRICS. These countries really need the rearmament of their armies. And first of all - air defense, air force and strike missile systems. It's time to return to the natural behavioral norms of the Cold War, since the hot one has not yet begun.
      And for this purpose, I consider it absolutely necessary to organize the mass production of the MiG-35S. The fact that the MO refused him is a mistake that is worse than treason. Not only does our Aerospace Forces need the LFMI, but it is also the best tool for a sharp increase in the Air Forces of our allies and partners. You can wait for the Su-75 at least until Makovkin's spell, before the middle of the next decade it will not be in the series. Especially with the possibility of export. And now the capacities of TWO aircraft-building military plants are idle! But the plant in Lukhovitsy alone is capable of producing an average of 36 MiG-35S per year - without forcing and additional shifts, in relaxed peacetime mode! It would not hurt for us to now deploy at least five air regiments on light fighters of a full (! Three squadrons) composition. And this is not to mention the fact that today we have nothing to offer our ally as modern aircraft. Heavy fighters are redundant for them, but we don’t have light and at the same time modern fighters? belay And why "no" if they are??
      What kind of "wise men" in the Ministry of Defense have been sitting that the new fighter created with the AFAR radar, the latest weapons and excellent characteristics ... is not only not accepted into service, but they are not going to be delivered to the allies either.
      They offered India, but she turned her nose?
      With the Indians, a corruption scheme and ... uncertainty about the future of Russia. For they see from the outside that the authorities of the Russian Federation are leading it to death and we have "no" future.
      HOW can you offer a combat aircraft for export and not take it into service ?? And what a false concept that the RF Armed Forces ONLY need heavy fighters?
      There will never be not only many, but also enough heavy ones - they are more expensive both to purchase and to operate.
      Does the MiG-35S have the same price as the Su-30SM? fool
      And did you (MO) look at the composition of weapons and avionics?
      What about operating costs?
      Including the fact that the Su-30SM has TWO crew members !! Have you calculated life cycle costs? Including crew?
      And for the MiG-35S, you want a single cabin, you want a double cabin. I am sure that 70 - 80% of those ordered will be in the single version.
      Based on all this (and the cost of a flight hour), the life cycle cost of the MiG-35S will be at least 1,5 times cheaper.
      And the MiG-35S are freely included in the old Soviet caponiers. This is so that equipment is not kept in open parking lots.
      Having the MiG-35S as an offer today, yes with a loan, and on account of paying for the rent of our bases in the region in the countries of an ally ... it would be just a wonderful tool of diplomacy and foreign policy. Including military policy.
      It's time to create a World Traditional Values ​​International. And then there will not even be feathers left on the planet from homo-transgender people.
      1. +1
        28 January 2023 14: 24
        Quote: bayard
        Quote: voice of reason
        I would like to consider the issue of a couple of corps of North Korean volunteers to exchange experience in humanitarian operations.

        Yes, it would be nice to restore the traditions of international missions.
        Quote: voice of reason
        And yet, they traditionally have powerful art.

        And they have powerful MLRS. For the massive strikes in the upcoming offensive operations - that's it.
        But it’s time for us to assist them in building reliable air defense and re-equipping aviation. And not only to them, but also to our other friends ... let's say in the soft underbelly of the United States - Cuba, Nicaragua, to work with Mexico. And with Argentina and Brazil - within the framework of BRICS. These countries really need the rearmament of their armies. And first of all - air defense, air force and strike missile systems. It's time to return to the natural behavioral norms of the Cold War, since the hot one has not yet begun.
        And for this purpose, I consider it absolutely necessary to organize the mass production of the MiG-35S. The fact that the MO refused him is a mistake that is worse than treason. Not only does our Aerospace Forces need the LFMI, but it is also the best tool for a sharp increase in the Air Forces of our allies and partners. You can wait for the Su-75 at least until Makovkin's spell, before the middle of the next decade it will not be in the series. Especially with the possibility of export. And now the capacities of TWO aircraft-building military plants are idle! But the plant in Lukhovitsy alone is capable of producing an average of 36 MiG-35S per year - without forcing and additional shifts, in relaxed peacetime mode! It would not hurt for us to now deploy at least five air regiments on light fighters of a full (! Three squadrons) composition. And this is not to mention the fact that today we have nothing to offer our ally as modern aircraft. Heavy fighters are redundant for them, but we don’t have light and at the same time modern fighters? belay And why "no" if they are??
        What kind of "wise men" in the Ministry of Defense have been sitting that the new fighter created with the AFAR radar, the latest weapons and excellent characteristics ... is not only not accepted into service, but they are not going to be delivered to the allies either.
        They offered India, but she turned her nose?
        With the Indians, a corruption scheme and ... uncertainty about the future of Russia. For they see from the outside that the authorities of the Russian Federation are leading it to death and we have "no" future.
        HOW can you offer a combat aircraft for export and not take it into service ?? And what a false concept that the RF Armed Forces ONLY need heavy fighters?
        There will never be not only many, but also enough heavy ones - they are more expensive both to purchase and to operate.
        Does the MiG-35S have the same price as the Su-30SM? fool
        And did you (MO) look at the composition of weapons and avionics?
        What about operating costs?
        Including the fact that the Su-30SM has TWO crew members !! Have you calculated life cycle costs? Including crew?
        And for the MiG-35S, you want a single cabin, you want a double cabin. I am sure that 70 - 80% of those ordered will be in the single version.
        Based on all this (and the cost of a flight hour), the life cycle cost of the MiG-35S will be at least 1,5 times cheaper.
        And the MiG-35S are freely included in the old Soviet caponiers. This is so that equipment is not kept in open parking lots.
        Having the MiG-35S as an offer today, yes with a loan, and on account of paying for the rent of our bases in the region in the countries of an ally ... it would be just a wonderful tool of diplomacy and foreign policy. Including military policy.
        It's time to create a World Traditional Values ​​International. And then there will not even be feathers left on the planet from homo-transgender people.

        Right in
        bullseye. This alone requires determination and competence. And we have money like a fool's shag.
        Over the past year, more than two hundred billion dollars again flowed over the hill.
        How long.
        1. +1
          28 January 2023 19: 07
          Quote: Ulan.1812
          Over the past year, more than two hundred billion dollars again flowed over the hill.
          How long.

          As soon as the so-called. the Russian elite will fear the Enemy more than their own People.
          Forgive me, Khazina repeated. And Misha has always been a great smart girl.
          Quote: Ulan.1812
          This alone requires determination and competence.

          There are no special alternatives for the Russians (elites) - either fight and win, or they will be fed to pigs without alternative ... winners.
          Watch and listen to WHAT China is saying now.
          And China says that now, together with Russia, it will build a New Free and Just World. A world without the US and the dollar.
          And North Korea is next - "we are with Russia, the Truth is behind Russia and Russia will tear everyone away."
          And right now, within the framework of the BRICS, a new international settlement system (and currency) for International Free Trade is being prepared.
          No dollar.
          Without USA.
          Without England.
          And without Europe.
          But with all of Asia, Africa and Latin America.
          So the US and England will get tangled up in their own duct tape.
          So Europe, England, the USA and Japan will have to buy oil, gas, and other resources and goods for ... a new international currency.
          And for this they will first have to sell something for it.
          And this will still need to be able to.
          hi
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  2. +11
    27 January 2023 18: 24
    Thank you, of course .. Everyone understands that Russia will fall and then China, Iran, the KDR, etc., in turn, and there will be complete crap in the world.
    1. +13
      27 January 2023 18: 36
      Quote from Luka Nord
      The Anglo-Saxons have now shown the whole world what will happen to the rebellious

      Correct .. They are trying to show, but not the fact that it will work out. Let's just say, I'm even sure of the opposite
      1. +2
        27 January 2023 18: 57
        It looks like here, as in the Russian proverb - Do not dig a hole for another, you yourself will fall into it! It seems that everything is going according to this scenario and the states themselves are already climbing into their own trap.
        1. man
          0
          27 January 2023 20: 47
          It looks like here, as in the Russian proverb - Do not dig a hole for another, you yourself will fall into it! It seems that everything is going according to this scenario and the states themselves are already climbing into their own trap.
          Do not be naive. Alas, we are in a trap ... But there is no way out, we will fight back!
      2. +10
        27 January 2023 19: 49
        Quote: Mitroha
        Quote from Luka Nord
        The Anglo-Saxons have now shown the whole world what will happen to the rebellious

        Correct .. They are trying to show, but not the fact that it will work out. Let's just say, I'm even sure of the opposite

        I am also sure of this .. Otherwise, we all have nothing to live for! Our ancestors are very angry with us for the fact that we gave up and sold everything in such a mediocre generation And now again the crusade and very serious
        1. man
          +4
          27 January 2023 20: 51
          we generation so mediocrely handed over
          I admit...damn me...
          1. +1
            27 January 2023 21: 15
            Quote: mann
            we generation so mediocrely handed over
            I admit...damn me...

            I feel the genes will return everything and even more
            The main thing is to remember who our two allies of Russia are and methodically go towards this. Look how the devils screamed))))
          2. +1
            28 January 2023 13: 03
            Alas, Borka was chosen by us ourselves, never having swelled like a flock of sheep. We accepted his follower from an alcoholic "unanimously", as at the 22nd Congress of the CPSU, we allowed and continue to build "underdeveloped" capitalism by betraying our grandfathers, we silently allow all sorts of pension and medical reforms to be carried out over us, we allow a bunch of "thieves-billionaires" who, according to -by default, they cannot take care of the people of the country, since their homeland is where their money is ... and so on. etc. Maybe this "war" will open people's eyes to all this bedlam in the country. Maybe...maybe..
  3. +5
    27 January 2023 18: 25
    North Korea will always be in the same trench with the army and people of Russia

    I would very much like to hear such words from the leaders of China, India, Vietnam and other "friends"? or rather partners.
    1. +29
      27 January 2023 18: 36
      Quote: Vyacheslav57
      I would very much like to hear such words from the leaders of China, India, Vietnam and other "friends"? or rather partners.

      When Russia stops looking for partnerships with "partners", then friends will return.
      1. +2
        27 January 2023 19: 04
        How to grill sloth doves, I'm not a freeloader, I'm a partner!
        However, nothing prevents North Koreans from being granted Russian citizenship for their resettlement in Russia to work in industry, agriculture, and, well, in the army.
        Only then will it be necessary to send Russian troops into North Korea to protect it, as in South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
        But even with our dad, everything is not so simple, although for a long time one people.
      2. man
        +5
        27 January 2023 20: 53
        When Russia stops looking for partnerships with "partners", then friends will return.
        Golden words!
      3. -2
        27 January 2023 21: 24
        Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
        When Russia stops looking for partnerships with "partners", then friends will return.

        Well, they say a little differently now and earlier in our history ..
        The Army and Navy are our ALLIES! And all the steel is immediately attached ..
        But this time Russia is already different and understood everything .. So no offense, we will wet and the devils are not our brothers.
        God bless Russian squads soldier We are fighting for a just cause now, all masks have been dropped
    2. +6
      27 January 2023 18: 38
      So they just, unlike the Koreans, have something to lose.
      The girl is the brother's successor.
    3. +17
      27 January 2023 19: 24
      I would very much like to hear such words from the leaders of China, India, Vietnam

      Excuse me - but our leadership has been explaining to everyone for 30 years - no friends, only business. The main thing is the loot. Why be surprised now?
      1. -7
        27 January 2023 20: 01
        Quote: paul3390
        I would very much like to hear such words from the leaders of China, India, Vietnam

        Excuse me - but our leadership has been explaining to everyone for 30 years - no friends, only business. The main thing is the loot. Why be surprised now?

        Did Chubais and other oligarchs explain this to you? And where are they now..?
        Sitting in London with their accounts blocked and whining hehe
        Or 200 thousand "500" runaway bloggers and other managers, fitness trainers, etc. laughing
        1. +4
          27 January 2023 20: 45
          This is Chubais for you

          They didn't explain it to me, they explained it to the leaders of other countries. And international relations are a delicate thing - everything that has been accumulated over decades can be flushed down the toilet with one movement ..
    4. -10
      27 January 2023 19: 58
      Quote: Vyacheslav57
      North Korea will always be in the same trench with the army and people of Russia

      I would very much like to hear such words from the leaders of China, India, Vietnam and other "friends"? or rather partners.

      You should not rely on them, we have already gone through this .. Russia has only TWO allies, the Army and the Navy! And EVERYTHING, and the rest will follow hi
    5. +4
      27 January 2023 23: 00
      And what good have we done for these countries so that they are so worried about us?
  4. +32
    27 January 2023 18: 26
    The leadership does not want to lift sanctions against North Korea???
    Or do they give a fuck? Allies are probably immeasurable ....
    1. +15
      27 January 2023 18: 49
      Quote: Nexcom
      The leadership does not want to lift sanctions against North Korea

      Sanctions partially began since those times. However, their biggest wave has risen since the fall of the Soviet Union, since the 90s and especially since the 2000s. Their task is to break the sovereignty of North Korea.
      Time has passed, the Eltsin leadership is gone, when will Russia begin to think who is friend and who is enemy.
      1. +18
        27 January 2023 19: 06
        This is one of the few countries for which sovereignty = life. And therefore they will never become political prostitutes. And the elite of their accounts in the West does not have, and therefore will not sell their country and people.
      2. +2
        27 January 2023 20: 59
        Quote: tihonmarine
        Time has passed, the Eltsin leadership is gone, when will Russia begin to think who is friend and who is enemy.

        Not as gone as it might seem from the picture drawn.
        It keeps going. With "galoshes" in the brain.
      3. man
        +3
        27 January 2023 21: 00
        when will Russia begin to think who is a friend and who is an enemy.
        "It's high time, vigorous mother,
        Understand Russia with the mind!"
      4. -2
        27 January 2023 21: 05
        Quote: tihonmarine
        Sanctions partially began since those times. However, their biggest wave has risen since the fall of the Soviet Union, since the 90s and especially since the 2000s. Their task is to break the sovereignty of North Korea.
        I remember I remember a wave of hatred for Eun, and here on the site, including, straight article after article .. Trump straight up tore and threatened and AUGs drove ha ha ha the people there are starving and even eat grass and they need democracy)))
        Quote: tihonmarine
        Time has passed, the Eltsin leadership is gone, when will Russia begin to think who is friend and who is enemy.

        But this time has already come for Russia after February 24, 2022.
        Chubais fled and most of the remaining bloodsuckers of Russia .. and 500 bloggers and other Liberal duds (but many sleepers remained)
        Russia is now freer than ever, and we are banishing the laws and driving all sorts of rubbish out of the country, and most importantly, we are no longer allowed back to work, etc.
        Yes, the war, yes, the west is furious from the impudence of the Russians and is already collecting tanks from all over NATO and driving them against us .. We are waiting for the Germans !!!! Then CBO will reach a new level and motivation
        And now we know where the hornet's nest is!
        Such things are going Vlad in the tank divisions of the Urals and Siberia .. soldier
        1. 0
          28 January 2023 13: 13
          .... "Russia is now freer than ever, and we are banishing the laws and driving all trash out of the country ...."
          Have you thought well now? This is who we are free from, if the "liberal tear" continues to control us?
      5. 0
        28 January 2023 13: 09
        Eltsin's leadership is gone - Putin's has come. Noticed a difference?
        1. -1
          28 January 2023 13: 15
          Quote: VladMirU
          Noticed a difference?

          Laugh - noticed. Garbage from the landfill near the house began to clean up. And not only this Yes
          1. 0
            28 January 2023 17: 01
            It wasn't Putin who removed it, I'll tell you for sure. It's just a good head of the housing office got caught.
            1. -1
              28 January 2023 17: 22
              Quote: VladMirU
              It's just a good head of the housing office got caught

              Agas. Under Yeltsin, he was bad, but when Putin came, he immediately turned into a good one.

              I believe, damn laughing
  5. +29
    27 January 2023 18: 28
    Do not push away those whose friendship is sincere. It is necessary to strengthen relations with the DPRK, they are real allies, unlike the CSTO countries.
  6. +21
    27 January 2023 18: 29
    North Koreans are good people - they are in the right trench
    1. +9
      27 January 2023 18: 42
      I just want to put a photo of an American talking monkey next to the above photo.
      They represent their countries very brightly.
  7. +13
    27 January 2023 18: 31
    Earlier, White House spokesman John Kirby accused the DPRK leadership of supplying to Russia
    John Kirby is accused of being a White House spokesman.
    1. +2
      27 January 2023 18: 48
      Hang on a nearby lamp post. Yes
    2. +3
      27 January 2023 19: 22
      This is a terrible accusation. You can't wash it off, no matter how hard you try.
    3. +1
      27 January 2023 19: 36
      Quote: Andriuha077
      Earlier, White House spokesman John Kirby accused the DPRK leadership of supplying to Russia
      John Kirby is accused of being a White House spokesman.

      I always wondered how such a stupid character rose to the rank of admiral.
  8. +14
    27 January 2023 18: 33
    “North Korea will be in the same trench with the army and people of Russia”

    With both hands I support you fellow countrymen!
    1. 0
      27 January 2023 18: 51
      Didn't know you were North Korean....

      tttttttttttttttt
      1. +3
        27 January 2023 19: 38
        Quote: Nexcom
        Didn't know you were North Korean....

        tttttttttttttttt

        So we are all not Martians, we live on the same planet Earth.
      2. +11
        27 January 2023 19: 43
        Quote: Nexcom
        Didn't know you were North Korean....


        Viktor Tsoi was also a "North Korean" by the way. And no less Russian.
  9. +15
    27 January 2023 18: 37
    Good words, and I think sincere. Thank you.
  10. +16
    27 January 2023 18: 44
    I don't know what North Koreans are like in combat, but I've seen them at work. Forget about the industriousness of brothers in mind from China - in comparison with the "grandchildren of Kim Il Sung" they are notorious loafers and deviationists. North Koreans are real fighting zombies! In addition, several generations of outright hunger seem to have taken a toll on their metabolism, in particular, on digestion. For example, as a reward for the work done, the management allocated from the funds to improve the nutrition of the entire brigade of Koreans. We bought them all sorts of yummy things, fruits, chocolate, etc. So, the commanders immediately seized everything, hid in their kindeykas and gave out sweets to the foremost workers strictly to the minimum! At the same time, they themselves almost did not touch the bins. When I asked: what are they greedy for? Not enough - we will buy more, there are funds! - one of the "bumps" said that excess food could adversely affect the performance of the brigade. Take it how you want...
    1. +9
      27 January 2023 19: 29
      Everything is correct. The most evil soldiers and workers are hungry. The optimal level of consumption is in a rather narrow range. Also, too much material consumption dampens morale. The monks knew this a thousand years ago.
      In memoirs about the Second World War, they often write that cadets rushed to the front, not least because they were fed acceptable food there.
      1. +9
        27 January 2023 19: 55
        Quote: meandr51
        Everything is correct. The most evil soldiers and workers are hungry. The optimal level of consumption is in a rather narrow range. Also, too much material consumption dampens morale. The monks knew this a thousand years ago.
        In memoirs about the Second World War, they often write that cadets rushed to the front, not least because they were fed acceptable food there.

        Koreans are really hardworking.
        I served urgently in the Far East 74-76 years.
        Koreans and then worked on logging. And the USSR did not impose any sanctions against S. Korea, on the contrary, it helped.
        Koreans remember, we have forgotten a lot and many.
        1. +4
          27 January 2023 21: 58
          Koreans and then worked on logging. And the USSR did not impose any sanctions against S. Korea, on the contrary, it helped.
          Koreans remember, we have forgotten a lot and many.

          The same BAM ... Whole teams "in sneakers" worked there - and how they worked!
    2. +9
      27 January 2023 19: 48
      Quote: Poloskun raccoon
      I don't know what North Koreans are like in combat, but I've seen them at work. Forget about the industriousness of brothers in mind from China - in comparison with the "grandchildren of Kim Il Sung" they are notorious loafers and deviationists. North Koreans are real fighting zombies! In addition, several generations of outright hunger seem to have taken a toll on their metabolism, in particular, on digestion. For example, as a reward for the work done, the management allocated from the funds to improve the nutrition of the entire brigade of Koreans. We bought them all sorts of yummy things, fruits, chocolate, etc. So, the commanders immediately seized everything, hid in their kindeykas and gave out sweets to the foremost workers strictly to the minimum! At the same time, they themselves almost did not touch the bins. When I asked: what are they greedy for? Not enough - we will buy more, there are funds! - one of the "bumps" said that excess food could adversely affect the performance of the brigade. Take it how you want...

      In fact, the problem of hunger in Korea was solved. She is not the same as she was in the nineties. They have internet and cell phones. Of course, without access to the world, but there is.
      And skyscrapers are being built and the roads are excellent.
      I read somewhere that Ai Q Kim's level is a genius.
      He has an excellent education.
      And all this under sanctions.
      It is not even necessary to lift the sanctions. Just quietly ignore it.
      They say the state complies, and some offshore companies are not our business.
      And Kim should have long been invited to Russia and Lavrova to visit Pyongyang.
      The sanctions do not prohibit the exchange of visits. The Iranians are coming.
      1. 0
        30 January 2023 11: 14
        I just do not understand one?? why does this heaven on earth always have to keep its people from fleeing?????? recourse
  11. +23
    27 January 2023 18: 45
    Sister of the leader of the DPRK: "North Korea will be in the same trench with the army and the people of Russia"

    It’s time for you, Vladimir Vladimirovich, to also decide on the support of the DPRK, and not drive wheat to just anyone ...
    Friends are known in trouble ... And your friends Merkel, Schroeder, Berlusconi are ordinary slime ...
  12. +12
    27 January 2023 18: 46
    Respect and respect, Thank you sister.
  13. +15
    27 January 2023 18: 49
    Here is the position! Clear, reasonable and hard! That's sovereignty! Bravo, Kim Yo-jong! South Korea is about to unite with the north this year! Something I do not see points of understanding! Seoul is the actual colony of Pe..stana! The DPRK sheep simply have nothing to talk about with them ...
  14. +22
    27 January 2023 18: 52
    For the past 25 years, we have been spoiling them as best we could (both in politics and in humanitarian aid). What is now preventing us from restoring friendly relations with them? These people have turned to face us, and, by the way, they are being spread rot in full! Friends, as they say, are known in trouble! Stop helping the Central Asians, it's better to give a helping hand to the Koreans
  15. 0
    27 January 2023 18: 55
    sister! they are our brothers! unlike the Serbs
  16. +18
    27 January 2023 18: 55
    I don’t remember that in 11 months of the NWO, except for Belarus, such a high-ranking official of another state expressed such words in support, and in order to please the pin.do., we ourselves participated in sanctions against the DPRK, now we need to develop good relations with them, they do a lot of things themselves learned how to do being in blockade for years, unlike us who blew everything.
  17. +12
    27 January 2023 18: 56
    She definitely has steel balls. Sorry, I'm not smart enough to write a normal comment
  18. +9
    27 January 2023 19: 15
    It's funny, but the military-industrial complex of the UK turned out to be many times more effective than the Russian one.
    Under the conditions of long-term sanctions and complete isolation, they have long surpassed the Russian military-industrial complex (however, like the Chinese, it has surpassed the Russian one). Without such rich natural resources and such a population. Yes, you can also remember about Iran. If we use Iranian drones and are ready to use Iranian passenger cars.
    Here we can only recall Stalin and his methods of reviving and modernizing the industry of Russia/USSR. And building the most powerful army in the world. On that moment.
    1. +8
      27 January 2023 20: 42
      Quote: Oleg Ogorod
      It's funny, but the military-industrial complex of the UK turned out to be many times more effective than the Russian one.

      And what is surprising about this? In Russia, the bulk of the population is employed in the service sector, where a lot of money is wasted. You can brew high-quality coffee in a Turku at home by adding spices to your liking. You can lose half an hour to get to the coffee shop but feel like a landowner, to whom the maid served the prepared coffee. Which system is more flexible and efficient. But in Russia, production is under heavy pressure. In China, the income tax for cafes and coffee shops is 30%, and for production 3%. In China, at one time, a private trader was obliged to sell beer at the state price in his establishment without being able to receive any profit from its sale. It was just that the Chinese were selling beer so that the visitor would buy more beer dumplings from him, which they produced in the cafe themselves and had the opportunity to make a profit from this production. In Russia, successful productions are subject to antimonopoly laws and pricing controls. 2022 will be the year when antibiotic manufacturers began to curtail this production in Russia due to the unusually high administrative and tax pressure on them from government agencies. In the DPRK, although the population is 4 times smaller, more people are employed in production in the DPRK than in Russia, and these people are not distracted by hanging on social networks and wasting time.
  19. +6
    27 January 2023 19: 15
    Earlier, White House spokesman John Kirby accused the North Korean leadership of supplying Russia with weapons allegedly intended for the Wagner PMC. The accusations were based only on information about Russian railway cars that made a flight from Russia to the DPRK and back.


    And what is it? We are adopting the best practices of the "beacon of democracy". Do you have Guantanamo? So Russia will. They sent particularly violent Bandera to the DPRK for re-education, all of these Nazis are of no use, only one expense: feed, protect, change. And there they will be taught to love the Soviet government and you won’t run away)
    And honest, conscientious hard workers will arrive from North Korea to assist in the restoration of Donbass. I am sure that neither sabotage nor sabotage will happen at their facilities: they themselves are both builders and security guards, and if necessary, then fighters.
    Here is such an exchange, but why not?
    1. +5
      27 January 2023 20: 45
      Quote: Visitor_SAM
      Sent particularly violent Bandera to the DPRK for re-education

      Azov and foreign mercenaries had to be executed in a demonstrative manner. Then the flow of those wishing to fight in such units would dry up. And so the employees of the Armed Forces of Ukraine decided that the most ferocious punishers would be exchanged first and also give iPhones from Russian oligarchs close to Putin during the exchange.
    2. +4
      27 January 2023 23: 17
      And honest, conscientious hard workers will arrive from North Korea to assist in the restoration of Donbass.


      North Koreans were involved in the construction of many iconic facilities in the Far East, such as the FEFU campus on Russky Island or the Zvezda supershipyard in Bolshoy Kamen.
      In Vladivostok, such builders have long been something common. A third of the builders working in the city to repair private apartments came from the DPRK.
  20. +10
    27 January 2023 19: 18
    It's high time to give a damn about UN sanctions and help the DPRK in any way we can, because we are in the same trench with them!
  21. +6
    27 January 2023 19: 25
    Strong statement! I hope this is not just an injection in the direction of n-owls and practical steps will follow towards rapprochement from both sides. Now, on the eve of a big war, we need to unite with all the sovereign countries of Asia, Africa, South America in an anti-colonial alliance that opposes the North Atlantic bloc
  22. +6
    27 January 2023 19: 30
    Do we have a conscience?
    Why haven't sanctions against North Korea been lifted yet?
    I think the Koreans would have come to the front to help us on such terms as our mobilized ones.
    1. +3
      27 January 2023 20: 51
      Quote: Ulan.1812
      Why haven't sanctions against North Korea been lifted yet?

      It is believed that this is largely due to the lack of personal ties between the citizens of the DPRK and Russia. There are no permanent contacts, there is no interaction in business, trade, in overcoming sanctions, in joint production and scientific developments. The leadership of the DPRK is to blame for something, which sharply limited the cultural exchange between Russia and the DPRK, reducing it to contacts between its own and the Russian elite. And the Russian elite after 1991 began to become pro-Western.
  23. +10
    27 January 2023 19: 32
    Our leadership must listen to its people and turn to face the countries that are lending a helping hand to us in this difficult time. And the countries that betrayed us should go by the wayside.
  24. +6
    27 January 2023 19: 36
    It is necessary to give them a couple - a trio of poplars that were decommissioned in exchange for drones and ammunition.
    1. +8
      27 January 2023 20: 08
      My opinion is that it is time to move on to close cooperation between the countries concerned, and not to butt heads one by one. So that it doesn’t happen that we sadly pound Geyrop, the Chinese - the Japanese, the North Koreans - the south, and the mattresses rub their hands and fill up their sixes with weapons. When it is necessary to cooperate, let's say China helps with tanks, artillery, rocket launchers, we with submarines, pro, anti-ship missiles, etc., joint intelligence, joint headquarters, like NATO
  25. +12
    27 January 2023 19: 47
    Eh ... these are the words, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Armenia should have spoken ... those still allies in the CSTO
  26. +7
    27 January 2023 20: 17
    So the leadership remembers how the USSR helped by sending its military to defend freedom.
  27. +5
    27 January 2023 20: 20
    Hier devant les annonces à répétition de livraison d'armes depuis une cinquantaine de pays, je pensais: "il serait temps que des alliés potentiels de la Russie se montrent afin de faire comprendre les limites de notre bêtise (nous l'occident) Et bien il semble que les paroles de Kim Yo-jong soient un bon debut.
    Certes cela risque de finir dans un affrontement cataclysmique de deux blocs, mais cela sera le prix à payer, par les peuples occidentaux pour la stupidité de leurs dirigeant à vouloir se mêler des problèmes des autres...Hélas ce seront toujours les "petits, les sans grade, les ouvriers" qui en paieront la plus grande part...

    yandex
    Yesterday, when there were repeated announcements about arms deliveries from about fifty countries, I thought: "it's time for Russia's potential allies to show themselves, so that they realize the limits of our stupidity (we, the West). and well, it seems that the words of Kim Ye-jong- it's something special." a good start.
    Of course, this may end in a catastrophic clash of the two blocs, but this will be the price that the Western peoples will pay for the stupidity of their leaders in wanting to interfere in the problems of others ... alas, it will always be "small, without rank, workers" who will pay the most for this. most of...
  28. +9
    27 January 2023 20: 54
    In terms of fighting spirit, moral and strong-willed qualities of the army of the DPRK, there is no equal.
    "Weapon is an ideology

    The country needs a modern, technically equipped army, but the power of arms cannot be compared with the power of conviction. Therefore, in the army, a paramount role is assigned to ideological education, and only then to combat training. At the same time, it is important that the soldiers accept the ideas of Juche and Songun to their hearts, and not be forced into them.

    Songun in practice
    Militaristic philosophy is not only theoretical. “The army comes first” is the principle by which the economic and social life of the country is built. Service in the military formations of North Korea is the duty of every citizen. An attempt to avoid it is regarded as a crime: if the "simulant" is calculated, then instead of the army, he will go to prison. People who have not completed military training lose the right to enter universities. In the future, they will not be able to get a well-paid job, send their children to a prestigious kindergarten or school."
  29. +6
    27 January 2023 21: 09
    ""North Korea will be in the same trench with the army and the people of Russia""
    I would like Putin to hear the same about North Korea. Or Lavrov. I've been in my 30s for a long time. I have the right to dream!
  30. +5
    27 January 2023 21: 24
    One hundred (100) thousand volunteers will do their job! We helped Korea!...
  31. +4
    27 January 2023 21: 45
    If the sister turned out suddenly. And not an enemy and not a friend, but a brother! . . . drinks
  32. +1
    27 January 2023 22: 18
    That's who could be a true friend... and not Vučić or Tokaev!
    It is a pity that Russia still supports sanctions against the DPRK. I think that they should immediately leave - then a good and interesting union can turn out!
  33. +3
    27 January 2023 22: 25
    and we support sanctions against the DPRK. against a single ally. maybe the fat ones are still hoping for something? maybe they think they will be pardoned? NO you will go to dog sharsh for your owners.
  34. -4
    27 January 2023 23: 01
    Seoul "does not know how to live in safety and comfort"


    Right!
    They will learn comfort from the DPRK for a long time to come.
    I bought myself a new Hyundai TV here - a large, bright screen, Android inside.
    But there is no comfort!
  35. -9
    27 January 2023 23: 06
    It is interesting to look at this stream of enthusiastic comments.
    With what terrible force the Russians want recognition, respect and friendship.
    They just do not want to understand that it is impossible to achieve this by violence and coercion.
    1. +2
      27 January 2023 23: 28
      Quote: Skeptik3
      It is interesting to look at this stream of enthusiastic comments.
      With what terrible force the Russians want recognition, respect and friendship.
      They just do not want to understand that it is impossible to achieve this by violence and coercion.

      Were you forced? Hopefully not in a twisted way.
  36. +4
    28 January 2023 04: 19
    Quote: Nexcom
    Worse or not - the question is of course an interesting one. But! They produce their own smartphones. But we are not.

    That's right! drinks
  37. +3
    28 January 2023 04: 20
    Quote: figvam
    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister Kim Yo-jong speaks out

    I don't think this is her opinion.

    and there is! drinks
  38. +3
    28 January 2023 04: 21
    Quote: tihonmarine
    Quote from Mitos
    It is high time to develop the closest relationship with North Korea.

    If in 2017 their introduction could still be justified by attempts to “find a compromise” with the West, now, when the US imperialists openly embarked on the path of confrontation with Russia and China, the leadership of the Russian Federation will especially need the support of friendly countries.
    But there is one BUT: Sanctions on the DPRK were imposed by the UN Security Council, and Russia, as a permanent member of the Security Council, cannot afford to ignore its decisions and cooperate with Pyongyang without lifting these sanctions.

    And there is! drinks
  39. +3
    28 January 2023 04: 23
    Quote: paul3390
    Actually - give the Juche people fuel and lubricants and fertilizers, and they will show themselves like that .. Many countries never dreamed of.

    Really! drinks
  40. +3
    28 January 2023 04: 24
    Quote: ROSS 42
    Sister of the leader of the DPRK: "North Korea will be in the same trench with the army and the people of Russia"

    It’s time for you, Vladimir Vladimirovich, to also decide on the support of the DPRK, and not drive wheat to just anyone ...
    Friends are known in trouble ... And your friends Merkel, Schroeder, Berlusconi are ordinary slime ...

    It is what it is! drinks
  41. +3
    28 January 2023 04: 25
    Quote: slipped
    Quote: Nexcom
    Didn't know you were North Korean....


    Viktor Tsoi was also a "North Korean" by the way. And no less Russian.

    Indeed, it is! drinks
  42. +4
    28 January 2023 04: 27
    Quote: Leshak
    Do not push away those whose friendship is sincere. It is necessary to strengthen relations with the DPRK, they are real allies, unlike the CSTO countries.

    And there is! drinks
  43. +5
    28 January 2023 04: 29
    Quote: Nexcom
    This is one of the few countries for which sovereignty = life. And therefore they will never become political prostitutes. And the elite of their accounts in the West does not have, and therefore will not sell their country and people.

    Verily! drinks
  44. +2
    28 January 2023 05: 19
    Quote from stelltok
    They can produce the same and no worse than southerners.

    What?
    Name at least one ultrasound device?
    It is necessary to increase mutual deliveries by railway.

    Supplies of what? What do they produce that would be profitable to buy?

    It is profitable to buy an army from them. Let the Korean People's Liberation Army fight against the pigs. We also need to buy military builders and ammunition there, which we are already running out of.
  45. +1
    28 January 2023 05: 22
    Quote: Skeptik3
    It is interesting to look at this stream of enthusiastic comments.
    With what terrible force the Russians want recognition, respect and friendship.
    They just do not want to understand that it is impossible to achieve this by violence and coercion.

    You're not right. Victims develop "Stockholm Syndrome".
    And if you don’t believe it, then look at how all those dozens of countries in Europe and Latin America, as well as Japan, which the Americans once put on their male penis, are licking the heels of Americans.
    It is also necessary for Russia once and for all to fill the pigs.
    1. +1
      28 January 2023 12: 56
      It is unlikely that the matter is only in "love for the tormentor", for sure the scientific + production + financial potential is of great importance.
      Even the Minister of Economy of the Russian Federation in 1994 Yegor Gaidar despised the Russian and appreciated the American: "I agreed with Boeing, they will give us the required number of aircraft" (https://news.rambler.ru/other/42154830-ekspert-rasskazal-kto-razvalil- aviatsiyu/). America managed to charm our power. Therefore, the ability to "cuckoo" still needs to be earned.
      1. -1
        28 January 2023 14: 02
        Quote: Ed1970
        It is unlikely that the matter is only in "love for the tormentor", for sure the scientific + production + financial potential is of great importance.
        Even the Minister of Economy of the Russian Federation in 1994 Yegor Gaidar despised the Russian and appreciated the American: "I agreed with Boeing, they will give us the required number of aircraft" (https://news.rambler.ru/other/42154830-ekspert-rasskazal-kto-razvalil- aviatsiyu/). America managed to charm our power. Therefore, the ability to "cuckoo" still needs to be earned.

        Well, what Gaidar. Gaidar is his famous grandfather.
        And this Yegorka Golikov, who betrayed his father, Admiral Golikov, and took the pseudonym of a famous and respected grandfather in order to make it easier to go to college and make a career easier.
        Who would know who Golikov is, but everyone knows who Gaidar is. Oh-oh-oh, you are the nook of Arkady Gaidar - honor and respect at the expense of his grandfather.
  46. +4
    28 January 2023 10: 06
    North Korea is independent, but since the 90s, for some reason, Russia began to change old friends for relations with the West. The brightest thing is what happened to Libya. It is unlikely that after the recent 30 years of Russia's history, it is considered in the world as a reliable partner. Most likely, North Korea has its own big problems, otherwise why would they need all this?
  47. 0
    28 January 2023 10: 24
    So you can see who our real friends are - Belarus, North Korea, Iran! And the countries of the CIS that have not been fed for decades. Ukroreich themselves raised, even "friends" Kazakhs and Armenians are growing up. And now the question is why Putin continues to cling to Western values, all these WTO, WHO, UN and support sanctions against our friends! The history of Nicholas II does not teach anything?
  48. -3
    28 January 2023 11: 11
    Another conclusion from this stream of comments - how badly do Russians assess the state of affairs in their country if they cling to the support of the unfortunate North Korea (!) As a last hope?
    How did we get to such a point that one of the largest and relatively developed countries in the world bows to North Korea and Iran in the hope of getting some primitive obsolete or handicraft weapons from them?
    1. 0
      28 January 2023 11: 33
      Quote: Skeptik3
      Russians ... cling to the support of the unfortunate North Korea (!) as their last hope

      It worked out for you. But in general, if, then "it's easier to be a herd and a dad." Turn on your brain Yes

      Quote: Skeptik3
      one of the largest and relatively developed countries in the world bows to North Korea and Iran

      The facts of "walking to bow" - to the studio. So far, only cissy chatter from you request

      Buddies good laughing
    2. -2
      28 January 2023 13: 53
      Quote: Skeptik3
      Another conclusion from this stream of comments - how badly do Russians assess the state of affairs in their country if they cling to the support of the unfortunate North Korea (!) As a last hope?
      How did we get to such a point that one of the largest and relatively developed countries in the world bows to North Korea and Iran in the hope of getting some primitive obsolete or handicraft weapons from them?

      Well, here the cissoshnik got out, which seemed to be sitting in an ambush. lol
      No boy, this is your shameful saloreich running around the world with outstretched hand, a shameful beggar.
      Professional Panikovsky, give me a millionaire, well, you have a millionaire barking out of a lot, why are you sorry?
      This is apparently the highest manifestation of your guidliness.
      Ugh ... universal disgrace.
      And for this it was worth jumping on the Maidan to become US slaves and NATO cannon fodder and die for their interests.
      We don’t need to help the Koreans, we can manage without them, we beat you on all fronts.
      We are simply grateful to them for their moral support, that they are not cowards and that they are truly an independent state in the face of Ukraine, which sold its independence for rotten Nuland cookies.
      And we simply offer our government to withdraw from US sanctions against North Korea and help her.
      If this is incomprehensible to your level of intelligence, then this is your problem, not ours.
      1. -2
        28 January 2023 20: 44
        Quote: Ulan.1812
        Quote: Skeptik3
        Another conclusion from this stream of comments - how badly do Russians assess the state of affairs in their country if they cling to the support of the unfortunate North Korea (!) As a last hope?
        How did we get to such a point that one of the largest and relatively developed countries in the world bows to North Korea and Iran in the hope of getting some primitive obsolete or handicraft weapons from them?

        Well, here the cissoshnik got out, which seemed to be sitting in an ambush. lol
        No boy, this is your shameful saloreich running around the world with outstretched hand, a shameful beggar.
        Professional Panikovsky, give me a millionaire, well, you have a millionaire barking out of a lot, why are you sorry?
        This is apparently the highest manifestation of your guidliness.
        Ugh ... universal disgrace.
        And for this it was worth jumping on the Maidan to become US slaves and NATO cannon fodder and die for their interests.
        We don’t need to help the Koreans, we can manage without them, we beat you on all fronts.
        We are simply grateful to them for their moral support, that they are not cowards and that they are truly an independent state in the face of Ukraine, which sold its independence for rotten Nuland cookies.
        And we simply offer our government to withdraw from US sanctions against North Korea and help her.
        If this is incomprehensible to your level of intelligence, then this is your problem, not ours.

        In as tsipsoshniki hysterical. I am satisfied. lol
        1. -1
          29 January 2023 16: 20
          Quote: Ulan.1812
          Quote: Ulan.1812
          Quote: Skeptik3
          Another conclusion from this stream of comments - how badly do Russians assess the state of affairs in their country if they cling to the support of the unfortunate North Korea (!) As a last hope?
          How did we get to such a point that one of the largest and relatively developed countries in the world bows to North Korea and Iran in the hope of getting some primitive obsolete or handicraft weapons from them?

          Well, here the cissoshnik got out, which seemed to be sitting in an ambush. lol
          No boy, this is your shameful saloreich running around the world with outstretched hand, a shameful beggar.
          Professional Panikovsky, give me a millionaire, well, you have a millionaire barking out of a lot, why are you sorry?
          This is apparently the highest manifestation of your guidliness.
          Ugh ... universal disgrace.
          And for this it was worth jumping on the Maidan to become US slaves and NATO cannon fodder and die for their interests.
          We don’t need to help the Koreans, we can manage without them, we beat you on all fronts.
          We are simply grateful to them for their moral support, that they are not cowards and that they are truly an independent state in the face of Ukraine, which sold its independence for rotten Nuland cookies.
          And we simply offer our government to withdraw from US sanctions against North Korea and help her.
          If this is incomprehensible to your level of intelligence, then this is your problem, not ours.

          In as tsipsoshniki hysterical. I am satisfied. lol

          Wow, this idiot also confirmed that he is a cissist.
  49. 0
    28 January 2023 11: 22
    Oil and gas have nowhere to go. Give the DPRK ten million tons of oil in exchange for a XNUMXth corps of troops. Don't be greedy, pay up!
    1. -1
      28 January 2023 13: 39
      Quote: also a doctor
      Oil and gas have nowhere to go. Give the DPRK ten million tons of oil in exchange for a XNUMXth corps of troops. Don't be greedy, pay up!

      Accurately and grains and fertilizers. For some, we even promise to deliver for free.
      Koreans are a grateful people, unlike some.
      1. -1
        28 January 2023 20: 43
        Quote: Ulan.1812
        Quote: also a doctor
        Oil and gas have nowhere to go. Give the DPRK ten million tons of oil in exchange for a XNUMXth corps of troops. Don't be greedy, pay up!

        Accurately and grains and fertilizers. For some, we even promise to deliver for free.
        Koreans are a grateful people, unlike some.

        What devil runs after me like a ponytail to put minuses? Brain is not enough to object?
        And I know instead of brains a saucepan. This is the cissoshnik whose face I fumbled with the heat.
        The sick person was offended, well, they carry water on the offended.
        Here ukroshumers are used by all and sundry. What a funny one. lol
  50. +1
    28 January 2023 11: 56
    North Korea should support Russia even more. And after the victory, Russia will return North Korea to the international community. Stop mocking the Korean people with sanctions and threats! What right?
  51. 0
    28 January 2023 12: 43
    This is a great opportunity for North Korea to test its military equipment and gain combat experience in battles with those who have been trained by Pentagon instructors. The training is good, but the combat experience is better. It's time to announce the Russia, China and North Korea alliance!!! Everyone has sanctions from the United States, but less or more sanctions - what difference does it make??? Together we are even stronger!!! Moreover, we have already helped North Korea and China!!! And if Vietnam joins, even better!!!
    1. -1
      28 January 2023 13: 36
      Quote: Armen Sologyan
      This is a great opportunity for North Korea to test its military equipment and gain combat experience in battles with those who have been trained by Pentagon instructors. The training is good, but the combat experience is better. It's time to announce the Russia, China and North Korea alliance!!! Everyone has sanctions from the United States, but less or more sanctions - what difference does it make??? Together we are even stronger!!! Moreover, we have already helped North Korea and China!!! And if Vietnam joins, even better!!!

      And Iran won’t be out of place either.
  52. 0
    28 January 2023 12: 48
    In Italy they say that """ the mouth is a wonderful instrument, anyone can play it"""". I like these pompous statements. But we are not what we say, but what we do. So we wait for the North Korean army judge in the trenches of Ukraine.
    1. 0
      29 January 2023 07: 35
      Alaverdi....
      Uyo.ay in to the pasta. There you defecate in literature.
  53. VB
    0
    28 January 2023 13: 07
    Has Putin lifted sanctions on the DPRK or is he still cooperating with his own, not the Russian people, “respected partners”?
    1. 0
      29 January 2023 07: 32
      The sanctions have still not been lifted.
      “Dear partners” do not allow withdrawal.
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  55. 0
    29 January 2023 23: 30
    Rome in its last years (as an empire) considered everyone who disagreed with them to be barbarians (homophobia, etc.), history repeats itself, only the country is different....