Queen sends greetings message to Kim Jong-un on North Korea's national day

The Queen has sent a message to Kim Jong-un to mark North Korea’s national holiday, despite the nation’s repeated rampant tests of weapons as humanitarian talks stalled

A spokesman confirmed to The Mirror that a message had been sent to Kim Jong-un on behalf of the Queen (

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The Queen sent a message to Kim Jong-un for North Korea’s national holiday.

North Korea’s national news agency KCNA shared the news of Her Majesty’s message, which was aired on September 7th.

The statement said: “Kim Jong Un, President of State Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), received a message of greeting on September 7th from Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. “

The Queen’s message reads: “As the people of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea celebrate their national holiday, I send my best wishes for the future.”

North Korea’s national news agency KCNA shared the news of Her Majesty’s news, which was released on Jan.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman confirmed to The Mirror that the message was sent on behalf of the Queen. The daily beast was the first to notice the tweet and the message.

The Kim regime has controlled the nation since its inception in 1948, with the current tyrant Kim, 37, the third generation to come to power after his father’s death in 2011.

North Korea turned 73 since it was founded last week.

He has been seen less often in recent months for fear of his weight – and citizens are said to be prohibited from talking about his new looks.

Kim has been seen less in recent months due to fears about his weight – and citizens are said to be prohibited from talking about his new looks
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But it was in full glory when paramilitary and public security forces of the Worker-Peasant Red Guard marched on Kim-Il-Sung Square in Pyongyang, the official news agency KCNA said.

Rodong Sinmun, the ruling Labor Party newspaper, published photos of people in orange protective suits with medical masks as an obvious symbol of anti-coronavirus efforts and troops gathering guns.

Some conventional weapons were also on display, including several rocket launchers and tractors with anti-tank missiles.

But no ballistic missiles were seen or mentioned in the reports, and Kim made no speech, unlike last October when he bragged about the country’s nuclear capabilities and showcased previously unseen ICBMs during a pre-dawn military parade.

The Queen’s message to the despot comes as fears re-fueled that the nation is testing missiles
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The Queen’s message to the despot comes as fears re-fueled that the nation is testing missiles.

It was reported yesterday that North Korea claimed to have successfully completed a test fire for a new long-range cruise missile.

According to the secret regime’s state media on Monday, the missile flew 930 miles before hitting its target.

According to the KCNA, the weapons landed in tests on Saturday and Sunday in the country’s own territorial waters.

It was considered the north’s first missile launch after a new short-range tactical missile was tested in March.

North Korea also carried out a cruise missile test just a few hours after US President Joe Biden took office at the end of January.

The latest test showed progress in the Pyongyang weapons program amid a deadlock over talks aimed at dismantling the north’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs in exchange for easing US sanctions.

These talks have stalled since 2019.

Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper of the ruling Labor Party, published photos of the new long-range cruise missile flying and fired by a transporter erector launcher.

The missile is a strategic weapon developed over the past two years and is a key element of a five-year plan outlined in January to advance defense science and arsenals, KCNA said.

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