The Russian people “bravely overcoming the challenges and difficulties encountered, achieve great success in doing a just cause to protect the dignity, security and development rights of the country,” and the DPRK supports them, he wrote
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on Russia Day and expressed full support for the Russian people on behalf of the people of North Korea, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reports, citing a copy of the document.
“Under your leadership, the Russian people, bravely overcoming the challenges and difficulties encountered, achieve great success in doing a just cause to protect the dignity, security and rights to the development of the country, to which our people give full support,” — said in the telegram.
He added that the DPRK government cherishes Korean-Russian relations, which have “a long history and tradition of friendship and good neighborliness.” and is going to “expand and develop them in accordance with the dictates of the new era and the aspirations of the peoples of the two countries.”
The Head of State also wished well-being and prosperity to the people of Russia.
Russia Day is traditionally celebrated in the country on June 12, the holiday is dedicated to the date of the adoption of the Declaration of State Sovereignty of the RSFSR in 1990.
Earlier, on June 9, President of Turkmenistan Serdar Berdimuhamedov congratulated Putin on the upcoming Russia Day. He did this in person, as he was in Moscow on an official visit.
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