Talks between North Korean and Mongolia held

Talks took place the talks here Tuesday between Ri Ryong Nam, minister of Foreign Trade who doubles as chairman of the DPRK side to the Inter-governmental Committee for Consultation in Economy, Trade, Science and Technology between the DPRK and Mongolia, and Mongolian Minister of Industry and Agriculture Khaltmaa Battulga who is chairman of the Mongolian side to the Committee. Ri Ryong Nam signd already some agreements with the Mongolian side.

Ri Ryong Nam was a trustee advisor to Jang Sung Thaek however he wasn’t purged during the Jang Sung Thaek purge.

Present there from the DPRK side were Hwang Min, vice-minister of Agriculture and chairman of the Livestock Management Committee in Sepho Area, and officials concerned, and from the Mongolian side were the Mongolian minister of Industry and Agriculture and his party, Mongolian Ambassador to the DPRK Manibadrakh Ganbold and his embassy officials.

In august 2013, Choe Pu Il, responsible for the DPRK internal security was in Ulan Bator, where he discussed about DPRK refugees present in Mongolia.

The former DPRK embassy in Ulan Bator used to utilize Samsung products. According to the DPRK ideology, the use of South Korean is totally forbidden.

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Catégories :Articles, Corée du Nord, DPRK, embassy, Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Eun, Mongolia, Mongolie, Pyongyang, Ri Ryong Nam, Ulan BatoorÉtiquettes : , , , , , , ,

Nicolas Levi

Analyst on North Korean issues

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