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North Korea and Russia declared 2015, which is the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, as "Friendship Year." The two countries have intensified their relationship, with goals to increase trading to $1 billion a year. Also, there are talks that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will make his first foreign visit to Moscow this year.
North Korea and Russia declared 2015, which is the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, as "Friendship Year." The two countries have intensified their relationship, with goals to increase trading to $1 billion a year. Also, there are talks that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will make his first foreign visit to Moscow this year.

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Official: North Korea's Kim expected to visit Moscow

Kim Jong Un is expected to attend World War II anniversary celebrations in Moscow at Russia's invitation, an anonymous Russian official said. Matthew Chance reports.

Official: North Korea's Kim expected to visit Moscow

Kim Jong Un is expected to attend World War II anniversary celebrations in Moscow at Russia's invitation, an anonymous Russian official said. Matthew Chance reports.