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It is Kim Yo-jong, sister of North Korean leader, which tells about the letter from president Donald Trump, the day after it came from the united STATES. The letter came Saturday, the same day that North Korea conducted its third rakettest in three weeks. It is confirmed from the american side that Trump sent the letter to Kim.

In the letter, he explained (Trump) his plan to set the speed on the relationship between the two countries, and expressed its intent to initiate a collaboration with the epidemic, writes Kim in a press release, with clear reference to the koronaviruspandemien, according to the north Korean state news agency kcna over Sunday.

Leif-Eric Easley, a professor at Ewha university in Seoul, has previously stated to the AFP that it is likely that the authorities in Pyongyang are already struggling with the pandemic, although the regime has not reported infections or deaths.

Kim Yo-jong writes further that although the letter confirms the excellent ties between the leaders, so is it different to the broader ties between the countries.

” We’re trying to hope for the day when the relationship between the two countries can be just as good as it is between the two top leaders, but time will tell if it can actually happen.

North Korea is hard hit by the economic sanctions the country imposed because of its nuclear weapons program.

the Security council of the united nations has said that it will make the exception and ease the sanctions on humanitarian grounds to help North Korea fight koronavirus and the spread of the infection.


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