MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia received a positive initial signal from North Korea after President Vladimir Putin invited its leader Kim Jong Un to attend anniversary celebrations of the Soviet victory over Germany in World War Two, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.
The trip would be Kim's first foreign visit since taking the helm of the reclusive east Asian state in 2011.
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