North Korean Military Chief Visits Cuba

The head of the Chiefs of Staff of the North Korean Army,  Kim Kyok Sik.
The head of the Chiefs of Staff of the North Korean Army, Kim Kyok Sik. Photo: nkleadershipwatch.com

HAVANA TIMES – The head of the Chiefs of Staff of the North Korean Army,  Kim Kyok Sik, was received on Sunday in Havana at the Ministry of the Armed Forces by General Leopoldo Cintra Frias.

According to Granma newspaper, the North Korean military leader said that during his visit to Cuba he has been able to “see the country’s successes in defense of socialism against US aggression.”

During the meeting, which was also attended by the North Korean Ambassador in Havana, Jon Yong Jinse, the officials confirmed the good relations between the two nations.


One thought on “North Korean Military Chief Visits Cuba

  • July 3, 2013 at 8:47 pm
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    Another proud chapter in Cuban diplomacy! The generals of the most corrupt, brutal and inhuman dictatorship on earth come for a visit. I wonder what the Cuban rulers will be talking about with their North Korean counterparts? Salsa dancing and kimchi exchanges? How to develop North Korea’s cold north Pacific beaches into tourist resorts to rival Veradero? The latest trends in prison labour camps?

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