Moscow. North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong Un wrote a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday to congratulate him on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Second World. According to the Korean Central News Agency, “Kim Jong-un in his message congratulated Putin and the people of Russia on behalf of the Government of North Korea and their people for the 75th anniversary of Russia winning the Second War.”
Kim said in the letter that 75 years ago the people of Russia had demonstrated a ‘sense of heroism and self-sacrifice’ to protect the country and protect global peace and security. In his letter, he additionally wished Putin success in strengthening Russia as well as in fighting the corona virus epidemic. Significantly, in Russia and the former Soviet republics, every year May 9 is celebrated as the victory day over Nazi Germany in World War II.
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