Pushilin announced plans to involve builders from the DPRK in the restoration of the DPR

Pushilin: negotiations are underway to attract builders from the DPRK to restore the DPR According to Pushilin, the first group of specialists from the DPRK will arrive in the DPR in the near future to assess the amount of work /673xH/media/img/8/46/756600321207468.webp 673w” type=”image/webp” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

The authorities of the Donetsk People's Republic are negotiating to attract builders from North Korea to restore the DPR, said the head of the republic, Denis Pushilin, on the air of Solovyov Live.

“North Korea previously, before Western sanctions, sent its builders to other countries, they had developed a certain model. Builders in the DPRK are highly qualified, disciplined and show really very good results, — Pushilin said (TASS quote).

According to him, the first group of specialists from the DPRK will arrive in the DPR in the near future to assess the amount of work.

In mid-July, North Korea recognized the independence of the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics. Kyiv responded by breaking off diplomatic relations with Pyongyang, calling its decision to recognize the DPR and LPR an attempt to undermine the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.

After the recognition of the DPR by North Korea, Pushilin said that this country has the personnel needed to restore the Donbass, so the DPR needs to establish diplomatic relations with it.

“Very interesting” The labor market of North Korea was also named by Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin. According to him, construction workers from North Korea are more productive than Russian ones: their tilers work two and a half times faster, he said in an interview with RBC. “It turns out that he alone replaces two, two and a half Russian tilers. This is a fact, — Khusnullin noted.

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According to him, historically Russia has always focused on the CIS countries when attracting labor resources and did not consider more distant markets. “They [North Koreans] are certainly very good workers, but they are very reserved,” — clarified the Deputy Prime Minister.

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