Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries

Site Name: Friend

Site address: http://www.friend.com.kp

Organization: Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries

Site host: The site is hosted on the same machine as Naenara, inside the DPRK’s IP address space by Star JV.

Domain registration: No details available.

Site Contents: English-language home page of the Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, which is responsible for organizing cultural events and international exchange with other countries. The website includes news, e-books, and details of the organization’s activities.

History: The site was formerly run from a server in Germany as part of the KCC Europe venture. The site went offline in mid-2010 at the same time as the KP domain name servers left the Internet. It returned in January 2011 at its North Korean domain name.

Last update: Jan. 11, 2011

3 Comments on "Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries"

  1. dear sir,
    i am interested to organize some cultural programs of exhibitions on culture.basically am a photographs collector having collection more than four millions.
    i will need your suggesions.
    thanks
    from
    subhan

  2. Just wanted to say what a VERY positive move that North Korea Government permitted the family reunions. The way to having the support of the people is to make them happy, healthy and appreciative of what any government does to improve their living. Well done and may it happen on a regular basis.

  3. Dear Sirs:
    I would like to apply as a joke writer for Dear Leader Kim Jong-un. If you notice, American politicians connect with their audiences with jokes to establish a friendly atmosphere before they deliver their message. I notice a complete absence of jokes in the news releases I see with Kim’s comments. I think a few jokes in his speeches would go a long way in reducing tensions and improving relations with all countries including South Korea and the United States. People get turned off when you are too serious and are not receptive to your message. I think if Kim lightened up a bit, the world would be a better place, and I’d like to do my part to help. References furnished upon request. Thank you for your consideration.

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