Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries
|Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries|
|Revised Romanization||Daeoe munhwaryeollak wiwonhoe|
|McCune–Reischauer||Taeoe munhwaryŏllak wiwŏnhoe|
The Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries is based in North Korea (DPRK). It is responsible for organizing a wide area of cultural events and to develop international relations between the DPRK and many countries of the world. Kim Jong Suk, is the chairwoman of the Korean Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries.
When North Korean officials are on state visits, even when meeting foreign statesmen, leading officials from the Committee are also present.
- Politics of North Korea
- Contemporary culture of North Korea
- Korean Friendship Association
- Alejandro Cao de Benos
- North Korea Uncovered, (North Korea Google Earth) See the location of the CCRFC building location in Pyongyang's central district.
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