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Russia to continue developing contacts with N Korea, UN not prohibiting this

United Nations, Sep 18 (UNI) Russia will continue developing contacts with North Korea at the interstate level, as no United Nations Security Council resolution prohibits this, Russian Ambassador to the United Nations Vassily Nebenzia told Sputnik.
"We will continue to develop such contacts in the future in the interest of our countries. This is not prohibited by any UN Security Council resolution," Nebenzia said.
Pyongyang's recent easing of COVID-19 restrictions served as an incentive to restore contacts between Russia and North Korea at the interstate level, he said.
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