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Putin sees ‘possibilities’ for military co-operation with N. Korea: Russian agencies

Putin, Kim Jong Un gifted each other rifles: Kremlin
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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said there were “possibilities” for military co-operation with North Korea despite international sanctions, speaking in an interview with state television.

“There are certain limitations…. Within the framework of existing rules, there are possibilities that we take note of and we are discussing them,” he said in an interview broadcast after his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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