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US News Trump congratulates Kim on managing coronavirus in North Korea

08:45  22 march  2020
08:45  22 march  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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US President Donald Trump has written to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offering help to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Details of the letter came from the North Korean leadership, which welcomed it as a sign of "the special and very firm personal relations" between Mr Kim and Mr Trump .

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Donald Trump, Kim Jong-un are posing for a picture: Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un last met in June © Imagebridge Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un last met in June US President Donald Trump has written to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offering help to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

Details of the letter came from the North Korean leadership, which welcomed it as a sign of "the special and very firm personal relations" between Mr Kim and Mr Trump.

The letter reportedly contained praise for Mr Kim's efforts to defend his people from the disease, which has killed thousands of people around the world.

The secretive nation claims it has been spared from the outbreak that originated in neighbouring China, but some observers have questioned whether that can be true.

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President Trump sent a personal letter to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offering cooperation against the coronavirus pandemic and praised the Kim Yo Jong, first vice department director of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea , said her brother appreciated the letter during this

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Mr Trump "expressed his intent to render cooperation in the anti-epidemic work, saying that he was impressed by the efforts made by the chairman to defend his people from the serious threat of the epidemic", according to North Korean state news agency KCNA.

It also said that, despite good personal relations between the leaders, "if impartiality and balance are not provided and unilateral and greedy intention is not taken away, the bilateral relations will continue to aggravate".

It is unclear when the letter was received.

President Donald Trump speaks during a coronavirus task force briefing at the White House, Saturday, March 21, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) © ASSOCIATED PRESS President Donald Trump speaks during a coronavirus task force briefing at the White House, Saturday, March 21, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

A senior Trump administration official confirmed Mr Trump had sent the letter, adding that it was "consistent with his efforts to engage global leaders during the ongoing (COVID-19) pandemic".

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That’s Kim Yo Jong, sister of Kim Jong Un, giving details on the letter President Trump just sent to the North Korean leader, according to a statement posted by the state media KCNA. North Korea maintains that there hasn’t been a single case of coronavirus within its borders, though that claim

President Donald Trump added to the sense of confusion surrounding the health of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un Monday, appearing to contradict himself during public remarks in the Rose Garden by first telling reporters he had "a very good idea" about Kim 's condition

The official added that Mr Trump was looking forward to continued communication with the North Korean dictator.

The two leaders have met at three summits, the most recent in June last year, but there has been little progress towards getting North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons, one of the US's main goals.

North Korea's aim is to get the US to lift economic sanctions.

Meanwhile, it continues to conduct weapons tests, the latest being the launch of a series of missiles in the past few days.

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