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Crossover: Views of cooperation between Russia, DPRK

08-22-2011 18:54 BJT

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CCTV reporter Wang Ying joins us from Moscow to discuss the DPRK leader's visit to Russia.

Q1: Hello Wang Ying. Today marks the third day of Kim Jong-il's visit to Russia. Can you brief us on his trip so far and give us an update on his agenda?

Q2: The main topic for Kim's visit is nuclear energy cooperation between the DPRK and Russia. And we know that Kim Jong-il will meet Russian President Dmitry Medvedev tomorrow. How do locals view the cooperation as well as the meeting?

Editor:Shi Jierui |Source: CNTV.CN

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