The President of the Russian Federation named the reason for the meeting with the leader of the DPRK at the Vostochny cosmodrome

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The President of the Russian Federation named the reason for the meeting with the leader of the DPRK at the Vostochny cosmodrome

Today, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrived at the Vostochny cosmodrome. He was met by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin. The ceremony itself to welcome the North Korean leader took place at the main entrance to the launch vehicle assembly and testing building.

Vladimir Putin greeted Kim Jong-un, noting that he was glad to see him and asking how he got there. In response, the North Korean leader thanked Putin for the invitation to Russia and the meeting, despite his busy schedule.



After visiting the Vostochny cosmodrome, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un will hold more detailed negotiations on important issues of cooperation between the two states. Recently, Russia and North Korea have been actively establishing ties with each other and developing cooperation in various fields.

The meeting at the cosmodrome is of particular interest in this regard: North Korea has been developing its missile program for a long time, but it also needs new technologies, and Russia here can provide invaluable assistance to Pyongyang. When asked whether Russia plans to help North Korea develop its own satellites, Vladimir Putin replied: “That’s why we came here.”

The leader of the DPRK shows great interest in rocket technology, they are also trying to develop space

- stressed the head of the Russian state.

Western media believe that during negotiations between Putin and Kim Jong-un, an agreement may be reached on the supply of North Korean ammunition to Russia. But neither the Russian Federation nor the DPRK report this. But a visit to the cosmodrome may indicate that the heads of state will agree on more active cooperation in the space sector.

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  1. Msi
    +32
    13 September 2023
    When asked whether Russia plans to help North Korea develop its own satellites, Vladimir Putin replied: “That’s why we came here.”

    The Americans' left eye twitched nervously...
    1. +7
      13 September 2023
      Quote from Msi
      The Americans' left eye twitched nervously...

      The American eye in the face of Chumaded is always closed - he is sleeping.
      1. +5
        13 September 2023
        This is Chairman Fuchs according to Ilf and Petrov. The look there is completely different. And this one may continue to fall half asleep
    2. +7
      13 September 2023
      Quote from Msi
      When asked whether Russia plans to help North Korea develop its own satellites, Vladimir Putin replied: “That’s why we came here.”

      The Americans' left eye twitched nervously...

      These are Western signalmen, out of habit they signal to someone left and right. "We sent a clear signal to Putin (Russia, Belarus...)."
      1. +5
        13 September 2023
        Clear. The armed forces of the DPRK, in commemoration of the historic meeting of the two leaders of nuclear powers, saluted (tonight) with two ballistic missiles towards the sea! So far, no real warheads. Maybe we should also salute with two ICBMs, but warn Biden in advance so that he doesn’t do any trouble.
        1. +8
          13 September 2023
          It is high time to lift all sanctions from the DPRK, establish trade, economic and military-technical cooperation, and conclude a military alliance. soldier
    3. +9
      13 September 2023
      The Americans' left eye twitched nervously...

      More likely, the sphincter suddenly and sharply spasmed...
    4. +1
      13 September 2023
      Quote from Msi
      The Americans' left eye twitched nervously...

      Well, that's nothing yet! If at the same time signs of diarrhea and enuresis do not appear! Yes
    5. +1
      13 September 2023
      More likely among the South Koreans and Japanese. But the Americans were clearly tense too. laughing
    6. +1
      13 September 2023
      Quote from Msi
      The Americans' left eye twitched nervously...

      Not really. Most likely the chocolate one has shrunk to the size of a mouse... laughing
  2. Msi
    +9
    13 September 2023
    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrived at the Vostochny Cosmodrome today

    If the photo with Putin is from the meeting, then note that Comrade Eun is simply beaming.
    1. +21
      13 September 2023
      It is logical that he and his country waited for a historic moment. Considering that most of North Korea is mountainous, the smaller part suitable for agriculture was damaged by the last war, normal economic relations are very important.
      Well, if anyone remembers. They have regular military exercises there with some epic amount of cannon artillery, which they used to laugh at, but now it turns out that the thing works.
    2. +5
      13 September 2023
      Quote from Msi
      North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrived at the Vostochny Cosmodrome today

      If the photo with Putin is from the meeting, then note that Comrade Eun is simply beaming.

      Naturally, before the meeting between Putin and Eun, all fundamental issues were discussed and resolved.
    3. +15
      13 September 2023
      It looks like he finally got what they need most. Fuel and lubricants and fertilizers. We have both in bulk, and we don’t know what to do with them. However, of course, the Juche people will definitely not give up the rest of the raw materials and technology.
    4. +6
      13 September 2023
      Why shouldn't Eun shine? Now, if you won a billion rubles in the lottery, then you too would shine! Opportunities open up for him that he could only dream of!
      1. 0
        13 September 2023
        Is it possible to outsource him to hire him as the Minister of Defense? I would invest a couple of hundred kilorubles (instead of our fishing organizer) ...
  3. +8
    13 September 2023
    Does Russia plan to help North Korea develop its own satellites?

    ***
    — And not only satellites...


    ***
    1. +17
      13 September 2023
      Quote: Vladimir Vladimirovich Vorontsov
      Does Russia plan to help North Korea develop its own satellites?

      ***
      — And not only satellites...


      ***

      North Korean endurance, integrity, loyalty to their idea, fearlessness... one can only admire.
      1. +7
        13 September 2023
        These are generally the properties of any real communists.
        1. +4
          13 September 2023
          Americans have a vanity saying designed to demonstrate national pride, which in Russian translation sounds something like this: “if the United States sends its aircraft carrier somewhere (on a combat mission), it does not turn around.” We are not experts on their recent history, but most likely, the saying was not born out of nowhere.
          Until 2017 happened.

          As many as three aircraft carriers (Nimitz, Ronald, Vinson) set off to pacify Kim, but when American intelligence gave a confident forecast that Kim would definitely strike in response,
          They returned home quietly and without noise.

          Forwarded from MIG Russia
          Six years ago, Jun 3, 2017
  4. Msi
    +4
    13 September 2023
    Western media believe that during negotiations between Putin and Kim Jong-un, an agreement may be reached on the supply of North Korean ammunition to Russia.

    Well, hurry up, pigs... hurry to occupy plots for yourself and your relatives near Kiev... in the cemetery.
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    2. +5
      13 September 2023
      TsIPSO abruptly died down: the manual for “mobilization” had not yet been delivered...
  5. -13
    13 September 2023
    Vo gives a guarantor.
    At first, he fully supported the UN sanctions against the DPRK. There are all sorts of embargoes...
    And now, as soon as ammunition was needed, he immediately became the best friend of the Korean communists!
    1. +8
      13 September 2023
      There, sanctions were only maintained for appearances. They never existed. Now there's just a different level of interaction being offered.
  6. +6
    13 September 2023
    For some reason I remembered E. Grant's book "Unnatural Selection". In part, when Korean space stations built by the Russian Federation with Chinese funding began to fall onto US territory...
  7. +13
    13 September 2023
    To the leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-un my deepest respect...under the conditions of global sanctions against his country, he managed to create a nuclear shield for his country...now he is mastering strategic submarines...he repeated the success of the USSR, respect to him.
    1. +3
      13 September 2023
      And North Korea has never forgotten who it owes its independence to.
  8. +4
    13 September 2023
    We met and talked...
    We met, agreed and decided...
    We met, agreed, decided a lot and now everything will change, for the benefit of our countries/peoples, and for the enemies... don’t care about them.
    What are the options, what will happen?
    1. +5
      13 September 2023
      The main thing is that “enemies” are peeing boiling water because of this wassat and then we'll figure it out
    2. +2
      13 September 2023
      What are the options, what will happen?
      ...it’s a pity Vitya that you didn’t understand...the creation of an eastern military bloc is in full swing...perhaps Iran will join it...what does all the countries with nuclear batons have to do with it?
  9. +4
    13 September 2023
    Quote: Obi Wan Kenobi
    now, as soon as ammunition was needed, he immediately became the best friend of the Korean communists!

    So we have peace and friendship with the Chinese communists...Comrade MAO is probably spinning in his grave with surprise.
  10. +8
    13 September 2023
    In today's situation, the arrival of Comrade Kim Jong-un to Russia is a significant event, incl. for the West, which is nervously watching what is happening trying to analyze every little detail. They are most concerned about the possible (in their opinion) supply of ammunition from the DPRK, although this is exclusively an internal matter of the two countries. The interest in space on the part of the Korean leader is understandable - becoming a full-fledged space power is an honorable thing. In 2012, the DPRK successfully launched its satellite, but additional help and new technologies will never hurt.
  11. +8
    13 September 2023
    We found a place where to meet, the Vostochny Cosmodrome is the very place where you can send the leaders of Russia and the DPRK a palm branch of peace from the United States. If you don’t accept it, we can send something else, what is the cosmodrome intended for? Symbolists?!!! laughing
  12. +1
    13 September 2023
    Quote: rocket757
    What are the options, what will happen?

    The devil knows...the subject of negotiations is unknown. what
    1. +7
      13 September 2023
      The most important thing is what will follow these negotiations.
      Still, negotiations between two real leaders, heads of state, precisely between those WHO DECIDE!!! This is serious and may or may not change a lot... There is something to think about, perhaps we will see what they agreed on.
      Just wait and see.
  13. -10
    13 September 2023
    I've seen enough of this in 30 years..... .. For some reason I remember Chernomyrdin's immortal phrase: "We wanted the best...."
  14. +7
    13 September 2023
    I don’t know what practical agreements there will be, but this meeting was worth holding just for the sake of this trolling of the Westerners at the Vostochny Cosmodrome. Oh, I wish I could add Cuba to this equation.
  15. -5
    13 September 2023
    I don’t know what kind of symbolism there is, but the recent “Luna-25” did launch from Vostochny... feel
    However, the “device” did end up on/(to) the moon.... So it’s only a matter of “the power of the warhead”... wink
  16. -5
    13 September 2023
    Well, all our former partners, less skilled in space exploration, have overtaken us, China and India. The North Koreans can also be brought up.
  17. -3
    13 September 2023
    The Bolsheviks and Communists stirred in their graves. The communist is committed to the class enemy.
    1. +2
      13 September 2023
      Well... you shouldn't be doing that.
      Communists (like security officers) are never former. )
    2. +6
      13 September 2023
      Bolshevik and communist I.V. Stalin got along with Churchill and Roosevelt.
  18. +2
    13 September 2023
    Maybe it would be better to increase your satellite constellation? And now it doesn’t even catch up to a tenth of the USSR. While the Americans are literally populating the orbit with military inspection satellites, not to mention the others, only Starlink has hung several thousand, and China is at the top, we can no longer catch up with it in terms of quantity and quality.
    1. +1
      13 September 2023
      Considering the possibilities... and the fact that the orbit is not rubber...
      I would start “thinning out” the existing ones.
      1. 0
        13 September 2023
        Those who are now former were the same then... radishes, in a word.
  19. +3
    13 September 2023
    In response to the meeting between Putin and Kim Jong-un, Biden urgently left the stage and went out the wrong door......................
  20. -3
    13 September 2023
    Quote: ALARI
    The communist is committed to the class enemy.

    Yeah what Marx and Engels never dreamed of this... I don’t even know what to say... this contradiction does not fit into the immortal “Capital”.
    1. +2
      13 September 2023
      It fits perfectly. You will remember Lenin: “The capitalist himself will sell us the rope on which he will be hanged.” laughing
      1. -5
        13 September 2023
        Is this a hint that we still need to finish off Kim before he hangs us?
        1. 0
          13 September 2023
          Is this a hint that we still need to finish off Kim before he hangs us?
          Ahahahaha. This is a harsh reality. Remember with whom those who nurtured Hitler and with all their might incited them against the USSR allied with them! The most ferocious anti-communists and Russophobes. Why are “our” capitalists worse than the Anglo-Saxon ones? In addition, North Korea, by its example, demonstrates the advantage of the economic system. The Russian Federation will not be able to develop in such conditions, because it will have to introduce martial law, like the same Anglo-Saxons in WWII.
          1. -2
            13 September 2023
            Quote: AKuzenka
            In addition, North Korea, by its example, demonstrates the advantage of the economic system.

            Well, that's an advantage. The level of consumption there is lower than even in Russia.
            But yes, I understand that the DPRK is only a situational ally for us. Its existence in the long term is not beneficial to anyone at all.
            1. 0
              13 September 2023
              But yes, I understand that the DPRK is only a situational ally for us. Its existence in the long term is not beneficial to anyone at all.
              All allies are situational, there are no others. As for the existence of the DPRK, it has its own view of the teachings of Marx, Engels and Lenin and its own path. For now, she is showing us one of the ways of socialism, which in itself is valuable. After all, you must agree that if there had not been socialism in the USSR, there would have been no victory in WWII. Because the country was in collapse and only the consolidation of society around the idea of ​​social equality made it possible to build and use industry more efficiently than the capitalist system of the Third Reich, which included the whole of Europe. There was more industry and specialists and cannon fodder there. But they lost, because the peoples of the USSR felt the hard way the difference between powerless cattle under capitalism and working people at the beginning of socialism. However, it is no secret that the Russian Federation still exists as a state only thanks to the groundwork that the USSR made. Because many did everything to ensure that the Russian Federation disappeared. And they continue to do so.
              1. 0
                13 September 2023
                Well, I don’t know, I don’t know if consolidation around some idea helped here. Yes, an economic system that is effective in war conditions - there is no point in denying it. Plus targeted preparation. Back in the early 30s, Stalin outlined the period: 10 years. And he began to prepare, realizing what awaited him. Also an important factor, I think.
  21. -6
    13 September 2023
    Russia wants an RD250 (SS18 Satan rocket engine) made by North Korea, kindly sold (or traded for outrageous cooking recipes) by the Ukrainians? am
  22. -1
    13 September 2023
    Quote from Msi
    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrived at the Vostochny Cosmodrome today

    If the photo with Putin is from the meeting, then note that Comrade Eun is simply beaming.

    He almost always shines.
  23. 0
    13 September 2023
    The Juche people can adapt both the diagram and the Geranek sample. South Korea and Japan are nearby, to the detriment of range they will increase the charge, if anything happens, they will tyrannize and nightmare so much with these Gerankas that it will not seem enough. And they can master it from their components. We will provide them with Glonas for autopilot.
  24. -5
    13 September 2023
    North Korea is spreading its wings. Comrade Eun is leading the country on the right path and not only into space.
    What about Russia and Putin? Where did you come? We got lost in imitating Western liberalism.
  25. +3
    13 September 2023
    Grain in exchange for shells, this is the most important thing for today, the West must be defeated, and we need to organize brigades of Serekorean comrades-volunteers for our salaries, they will happily crush Bandera’s followers, and they will gain experience and earn soldier
  26. 0
    13 September 2023
    By the way, today North Korea fired two ballistic missiles.
    Kim even farts abroad :o
  27. +3
    13 September 2023
    This visit of Kim Jong-un to Russia could become a turning point in both the fate of the DPRK and the fate of Russia. It is possible to develop a new ISS together...
    And not only...North Korean specialists are much better than those sent by the caring leaders of the former Soviet republics.
  28. +1
    13 September 2023
    I wonder how the press in the “West” will react hysterically. For now, they're probably biting their nails in anticipation.
  29. +3
    13 September 2023
    Quote: air wolf
    Grain in exchange for shells, this is the most important thing for today, the West must be defeated, and we need to organize brigades of Serekorean comrades-volunteers for our salaries, they will happily crush Bandera’s followers, and they will gain experience and earn

    Most likely, in addition to ready-made shells and missiles from warehouses, there will be North Korean workers and machines, while Russia has metal and explosives.
    The DPRK has large reserves of non-ferrous metals, including titanium, vanadium, uranium, silver and zinc, etc. (By the way, the new submarine Kim Gun Ok may well have silver-zinc batteries.)
    The DPRK has a powerful textile industry capable of clothing several Russian armies per year.
    The DPRK, for the information of some comrades, has an advanced and large-scale production of chips (microcircuits) and modern CNC machines themselves.
    Russia can help accelerate and develop:
    1. DPRK space program
    2. Nuclear energy and nuclear submarine fleet.
    If grain is needed, it will not be more than 200-300 thousand tons per year.
    They make fertilizers from local coal and add them from composting waste, so imports will be very small.
    Oil too - now they have less than one million tons per year. If there is an increase in imports, it will be no more than another million tons.
    1. +1
      13 September 2023
      What other North Korean machines? Where did the DPRK get modern machines, pray tell?
      Quote: Kostadinov
      The DPRK, for the information of some comrades, has an advanced and large-scale production of chips (microcircuits) and modern CNC machines themselves.

      Yes? Is there any link I can give you to get acquainted with these CNC machines?
      Quote: Kostadinov
      Oil too - now they have less than one million tons per year.

      Are they on an oil diet? Even tiny Lithuania consumes 2 million tons, according to the 2015 rating.
      1. +3
        13 September 2023

        What other North Korean machines? Where did the DPRK get modern machines, pray tell?

        Quote: Kostadinov
        The DPRK, for the information of some comrades, has an advanced and large-scale production of chips (microcircuits) and modern CNC machines themselves.

        Yes? Is there any link I can give you to get acquainted with these CNC machines?


        http://www.ito-news.ru/archive/2012/1205kortec.pdf
        Quote: Kostadinov
        Oil too - now they have less than one million tons per year.

        Are they on an oil diet? Even tiny Lithuania consumes 2 million tons, according to the 2015 rating.

        The DPRK processes coal into synthetic petroleum products at small plants using Russian technology and at a large plant built using Chinese technology. Therefore, there is no need for imported oil; North Korea has a lot of coal. The UN Security Council even banned the import of coal from the DPRK.

        01.03.2018/15/XNUMX The first installation for the production of synthetic liquid boiler fuels from coal using the technology of electrocavitation processing of coal-water mixtures has already been manufactured and shipped to customers - to a glass factory in the city of Nampo (DPRK). Its capacity for the final product is XNUMX tons per day.
        https://nangs.org/news/technologies/mini-zavody-budut-proizvodit-neft-iz-uglej
        The DPRK has mastered its own production of such installations under a Russian license.
      2. 0
        14 September 2023
        Koreans do not have personal cars, so oil consumption is still small.
  30. -1
    13 September 2023
    Happy for Kim. They treated his fuss with arty rockets somewhat condescendingly, sometimes mockingly, but now we’re licking our comrade and the whole world is watching with tension. Handsome! He will give us two or three million 152-mm land mines (or better yet, 5) and - “stick to the beggars!”
  31. 0
    13 September 2023
    The next step will be for Japan and South Korea to arm themselves with nuclear weapons. I always say that everyone should have them, even Andorra, San Marino, Lesotho and so on. This is real world peace.
  32. -1
    13 September 2023
    UAVs have not yet reached the eastern part of the world, that’s the reason, otherwise it would be ugly if the fat man was smeared
  33. 0
    13 September 2023
    The main thing is that no one notices that North Korea has an advantage...
    1. 0
      14 September 2023
      YES, , and , suddenly they know the operational and tactical situation, but , Sh - no, And their connection, it turns out, is digital, and goes to 7 gigs, and the shamans said - baofeng... and they all drew it - ...
  34. 0
    14 September 2023
    The North Koreans are rapidly developing their space program. And Russia can provide invaluable assistance here
  35. 0
    15 September 2023
    It would be bad to get at least 300 thousand of their builders. I saw how they work on Procter, AK47 is only a biological version)

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