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The content of the message sent by the North Korean leader to Russia

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sent a congratulatory message to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Moscow’s Victory Day celebration.
In his message, Kim Jong Un expressed his country’s strong solidarity with Russia, congratulating Putin on the anniversary of the victory of the Soviet Union over Nazi Germany in World War II, according to the South Korean agency. against political and military threats, blackmailing hostile forces, and preserving the country’s dignity, peace and security.
She also added, “I also expressed my belief that the friendly, strategic and traditional relations that exist between the two countries will constantly develop in line with the requirements of the times.”
On Monday, May 9, Russia and the CIS countries celebrated the anniversary of the victory over Germany and its allies in the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945), and the parade in Red Square opened the legendary T-34 tank carrying the Red Banner – Banner. victory.

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