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Kim Jong Un lauds “invincible” Russia ties amid Putin visit reports

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The leader of North Korea, in a letter sent to Vladimir Putin, his Russian counterpart, on the occasion of “Russia’s National Day,” has described Russia as North Korea’s “invincible war ally.”

The North Korean state media outlet “KCNA” reported that Kim Jong Un’s letter was sent to the Russian president on Tuesday.

In this letter, he referenced the long-standing relationship between the two countries (North Korea and Russia). He praised Putin for “crushing and destroying all challenges, sanctions, and pressures from hostile forces.”

Reuters reported that this letter was sent to Moscow amid speculation about Putin’s imminent visit to North Korea.

The media also reported, citing North Korean state media, that Kim Jong Un described Russia as North Korea’s “invincible war ally” in the letter.

This message was released after Russia’s TASS news agency reported on Monday that Putin would visit North Korea and Vietnam in the coming weeks.

Reuters, quoting an official in Vietnam, reported that Putin’s visit to the country is planned for June 19 and 20 but has not yet been confirmed.

The Kremlin has also stated that Russia aims to strengthen cooperation with North Korea “in all fields” but has not confirmed the date of this visit.

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