SEOUL: North Korea has said it will continue to expand cooperation with developing countries, underscoring the legacy of its foreign policy founder Kim Il Sung before his birthday next week.

North Korea's foreign ministry said in a statement posted on its website that Kim had laid the groundwork for the so-called South-South policy, which it said had been "groundbreaking". Become a self-reliant strategy for many developing countries.

"We will continue our active efforts to establish new international economic relations based on justice, equality and justice while fostering friendly relations with developing countries," the ministry said.

"It is our constant foreign policy stand to inherit and promote the tradition of South-South policy cooperation," the statement added.

North Korea always uses the South-South policy of cooperation with developing countries to rely on the economy and technology in the face of advanced countries. By: Chhouk Bora