Russian, N. Korean diplomats discuss situation on Korean Peninsula, bilateral relations in Moscow - source
MOSCOW. Feb 7 (Interfax) - The situation on the Korean Peninsula has been discussed at talks between the Russian and North Korean foreign ministries in Moscow, a source in the Russian Foreign Ministry told Interfax on Wednesday.
"Negotiations have taken place, the situation on the Korean Peninsula and bilateral relations were discussed," the source said.
On February 2, a source in the Russian Foreign Ministry told Interfax that the upcoming regular consultations between the Russian and North Korean foreign ministries will address a broad range of bilateral issues.
There are plans to discuss "a broad range of aspects of bilateral relations," the source said. "Everything included there will be addressed," the source said.
On February 2, the Russian embassy to North Korea said that director of the North Korean Foreign Ministry's First European Department Im Chon Il went to Moscow for talks.