Kim Jong Un expresses condolences to Putin over deadly Moscow terrorist attack | NK News
July 12, 2024
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Kim Jong Un expresses condolences to Putin over deadly Moscow terrorist attack

North Korean leader voices country’s opposition to terrorism, despite designation as a state sponsor of terrorism by US

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has expressed condolences to Vladimir Putin over the deadly terrorist attack at a concert hall in Moscow last week.

State media published a letter that Kim sent to his Russian counterpart on Saturday, a day after four assailants reportedly tied to the Islamic State opened fire at the Crocus City Hall concert hall and set fire to the building, killing at least 130 people.

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