Yonhap News AgencyNovember 6, 2013 22:31
SEOUL, Nov. 7 (Yonhap) -- North Korea is expected to open an embassy in Spain, a media report said Thursday.
According to a report by Radio Free Asia, Madrid's foreign ministry recently gave North Korea the green light to set up a diplomatic mission there.
The embassy will be set up at the Aravaca ward in the capital city, with Pyongyang already having signed a lease for the space, the Washington-based broadcaster said, citing local sources.
North Korea established diplomatic relations with Spain in 2001.