Kim Jong Un expressed full support for Russia’s “just cause” / North Korean leader expressed hope that relations between the two countries would “grow into a movement”

Russia’s RIA Novosti news agency quoted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as expressing Russia’s full support for Russia’s “just cause for dignity and security.” Pravda Ukraine.

“Under your leadership, the Russian people have courageously overcome various challenges and difficulties and are making great strides in defending the country’s dignity, security and development rights, for which the North Korean people fully support it,” he wrote. In the message.

Kim Jong Un expressed confidence that relations between the DPRK and Russia would “grow dynamically”.

“I hope the strategic and strategic cooperation between the two countries will be even closer to safeguarding international justice and ensuring global security,” he wrote.

On March 2, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution condemning Russia’s occupation of Ukraine and called on Moscow to immediately withdraw all troops from Ukraine. 141 countries voted in favor of the resolution, 5 countries voted against and 35 countries did not vote. Russia, Belarus, Syria, Eritrea and North Korea voted against the document.

Photo source: Kremlin.ru

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