Kim Jong Un meets Syrian delegation

2013-07-25 02:41:32 GMT2013-07-25 10:41:32(Beijing Time)
(Photo:Agencies) (Photo:Agencies)
(Photo:Agencies) (Photo:Agencies)

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un received the delegation of the Syrian Arab Republic led by Abdullah al-Ahmar, deputy general secretary of the Syria's Baath Arab Socialist Party, on Wednesday.

The delegation is visiting the North to participate in the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the Korean War.

Present there were the members of the delegation and Haissam Saad, charge d' affaires ad interim of the Syrian embassy in North Korea.

Kim Ki Nam and Kim Yang Gon, secretaries of the Central Committee of the WPK, and Kim Kye Gwan, first vice-minister of Foreign Affairs, were present there.

Kim Jong Un cordially met with the Syrian guests and had a talk with them.

The deputy general secretary conveyed warm greetings of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad to Kim Jong Un.

He also expressed belief that the relations of friendship and cooperation between the Syrian Arab Republic and North Korea would continue growing in the interests of the two peoples.

Kim Jong Un warmly welcomed the delegation, which made a long trip to come to the North for the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the victory in the war and extended warm greetings to President Bashar Al-Assad and the Syrian people.

He exchanged with the guests views on the issue of boosting the bilateral relations and other issues of mutual concern including the regional situation.


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