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North Korea shows Kim Jong UN is alive, showing him a letter

While the rumors of the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN is not silent, the state newspaper, the DPRK decided to prove that their leader is alive and well, giving as evidence… a letter.

Monday, April 27, the magazine Rodong Sinmun announced that Kim Jong-UN wrote a letter of thanks to the builders working on the tourism project in Wonsan. This was reported by South Korean news Agency Yonhap.

Supreme leader Kim Jong-UN, thanked the workers who have dedicated themselves to the construction of the tourist area of Wonsan-Calma“—say in the media.

In recent days, the head of the DPRK turned out to be the center of attention because of rumors about his severe illness and even death, because Kim Jong-UN has not appeared in public. An important argument was the fact that he missed the celebration of the 108 anniversary of the birthday of his grandfather, the founder of North Korea Kim Il-sung, which was held April 15.

According to the American monitoring site 38 North, satellite images show that personal train of Kim Jong-UN is at the station to “its complex Wonsan, at least from April 21“.

The presence of the train does not confirm the whereabouts of North Korean leader and says nothing about his health, but lends weight to the reports that Kim is in a residential area on the Eastern coast of the country“, — stated in the message.

The last time Kim Jong-UN saw in the meeting of the ruling workers ‘ party, which discussed the threat of coronavirus on April 11. It is alleged that the next day he underwent surgery on the heart.

The President of the United States Donald trump believes that the rumors about the deadly disease of North Korean leader is untrue.

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