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Hanoi greeted the Russian president with sweltering heat | Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived at the Presidential Palace in the Vietnamese capital, Hanoi. Vietnamese leader To Lam welcomed Putin who is on a state visit to the Southeast Asian country. Hanoi greeted the Russian president with sweltering heat. By midday, the temperatures rose to 35 degrees. Even the cloudy weather did not help the situation. However, the heads of state wore formal dark suits. Putin was accompanied by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov, Russian Presidential Aide Yury Ushakov, and a number of other senior Russian officials.

LIVE UPDATES: Putin, Vietnamese Head Start Bilateral Talks | According to official statistics, trade turnover between Russia and Vietnam has grown by more than 8% and will reach $5 billion in 2023. During the visit, the Russian and Vietnamese delegations will adopt a joint declaration and sign about 20 documents on joint cooperation.  Russian President Vladimir Putin is in Vietnam for the first time since 2017. Ahead of his visit, Putin penned an article for Nhan Dan, the official newspaper of the Vietnamese Communist Party, in which he shared his views on Moscow-Hanoi relations.  The president stressed that Russia and Vietnam share the same stance on building a new Eurasian security structure that will be equal, indivisible, inclusive and non-discriminatory. Moreover, Putin thanked the Vietnamese government for its balanced position on the situation around Ukraine and promised to work closely with Hanoi on key international platforms, including the United Nations. (Sputnik News)

Russia to Continue Developing Cooperation With Vietnam - Putin (Sputnik News)
Putin arrives in Vietnam after historic visit to North Korea (VIDEO) (RT.com)
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Обзор реакции мировых СМИ на визит Владимира Путина во Вьетнам (иноСМИ)

Permalink KCNA releases text of comprehensive strategic partnership treaty with Russia

TASS collected the key provisions of the open-ended treaty | The Korean Central News agency has released the text of the North Korean-Russian treaty on comprehensive strategic partnership that was signed during Russian President Vladimir Putin’s state visit to that country. The key provisions of the open-ended treaty are:

   Immediate mutual assistance in case of aggression against any of the countries;
  In case of a threat of aggression, the countries agree on measures to coordinate their positions, cooperate to remove the;
   Moscow and Pyongyang commit themselves not to enter into any agreements with third countries that may threaten their sovereignty and security;
   Russia and North Korea will make efforts to boost bilateral trade and create favorable conditions for economic cooperation;
   Moscow and Pyongyang agree to develop cooperation in the area of space exploration, peaceful use of nuclear energy, AI, and IT;
   The countries will invigorate cooperation in the area of the mass media to counter disinformation and information provocations;
   Russia and North Korea will create a system of measures to strengthen defense potential to prevent war and ensure peace.

North Korea, Shunned For Decades, Welcomed Into New Multipolar World (Sputnik News)
DPRK-Russia Treaty on Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (KCNA)
Tradition of Friendship and Cooperation [That] Lasts Decade after Decade (KCNA)
Grand Ceremony Held to Welcome President of Russian Federation (KCNA)
Pyongyang welcomes Putin with spectacular ceremony (VIDEO) (06/19/24)
Russia’s Mutual Defense Pact With North Korea Is A Geopolitical Game-Changer (Andrew Korybko)

Permalink Hezbollah drones constitute 'new generation of unconventional threats'

A new Washington Post report highlights how Hezbollah's drones can evade Israeli air defences and gather sensitive intelligence, significantly altering the strategic balance. | In a new report on Hezbollah's drones and the threat they pose to "Israel's" security, The Washington Post stressed their particular ability to evade Israeli air defense systems without being detected.  The report stated that "For years, the standoff on Israel’s border was between the massive rocket stockpile" of Hezbollah and the "vaunted Iron Dome antimissile system that ably handled most incoming rockets and artillery." However, this equation changed after Hezbollah deployed drones that successfully bypassed Israeli air defense, which also constitutes the cornerstone of "Israel's national security strategy." These drones are characterized by their high speed and low altitude flight, allowing them to gather intelligence and drop explosives.  In its coverage of the Hoopoe mission video released by the Islamic Resistance in Lebanon's Military Media on Tuesday, The Washington Post noted that "Israel" was shocked by what the drone captured of sensitive installations and sites in "Israel," and by the advanced military capabilities that the video showed Hezbollah possesses.

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