North Korea Recognises Donbass – But Belarus Still Reluctant! (13.7.2022) 

On June 29th, 2022, the Syrian government (led by Bashar) announced that it recognized the sovereignty and independence of the “Donetsk People’s Republic” and “Lugansk People’s Republic”. Ukraine announced that it would cut diplomatic relations with Syria that night. Russia’s Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) allies such as Belarus, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Armenia have yet to recognize the “Donetsk People’s Republic” and “Lugansk People’s Republic”. The third country to recognize “Donetsk People’s Republic” and “Lugansk People’s Republic” surprisingly turned out to be North Korea! In addition to Belarus, countries with close ties to Russia include Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Iran, Venezuela, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan. These countries are now under diplomatic pressure to recognise the “Donetsk People’s Republic” and “Lugansk People’s Republic” as independent States. 

North Korea’s Swift Action Shifts the Balance of Power in Favour of Eurasia! (16.7.2022) 

Lee Hae-Yeung believes: “North Korea decided quickly, very quickly, in fact. North Korea is the third country after Russia and Syria to support the independence of the Lugansk People’s Republic and the Donetsk People’s Republic – which legally recognize their sovereign State status. Now the political landscape of Eurasia is changing rapidly, and the US is losing its direct influence upon global events. North Korea seriously and exactly understands this arguably huge geopolitical shift.” According to him, Eurasia has already started a “coherent action” against the United States. China is advancing its own initiative – the Belt and Road Initiative – as well as proposing an expansion of the BRICS membership. Currently, the group includes Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Iran and Argentina have already applied to join, and Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Egypt may also apply in the near future. 

North Korea Joins Syria and Russia in Recognising the LPR & DPR! (14.7.2022) 

Many different areas of Central and East Ukraine rose-up and declared their ‘independence’ against this blatant ‘anti-Russian’ attempt by the West to move EU and NATO hegemony up to the geographical borders of Russia. The Socialist Republics of Kharkov, Odessa and Carpatho-Russian, etc, all declared their opposition to the US-backed ‘Neo-Nazi’ Ukrainian State – but were all ruthlessly invaded by the Armed Forces of Ukraine and brutally suppressed! Only the LPR and DPR managed to hold-out and are now being military assisted by Russia. All this data is missing from this article as the author assumes the reader already is aware of it (and they probably are in China) – but I wanted it restated here because most Western readers follow the pro-Nao-Nazi line established by the US. Furthermore, contrary to the comments made by ‘Alexander Scherba’ is obviously incorrect. North Korea established a full embassy in Kyiv in 1992 – but withdrew this embassy in early 1998. Before 2017, the two countries shared certain trade relations. Between 2015-2016, Ukraine’s exports to North Korea amounted to $33.7 million and $7.5 million respectively – with the main exports being flour, grains and rapeseed, etc.

What was the Relationship Between North Korea and Ukraine before Severing of Diplomatic Ties? (14.7.2022)

The two countries formally established diplomatic relations in January 1992. North Korea established an embassy in Ukraine in October 1992, but withdrew it in January 1998. Before 2017, the two countries shared certain trade relations. In 2015-2016, Ukraine’s exports to North Korea amounted to $33.7 million and $7.5 million, respectively – with the main exports being flour, grains and rapeseed – according to South Korea’s foreign ministry.

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