British Queen Elizabeth Message to Kim Jong-un: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has sent a message congratulating North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Buckingham Palace spokesperson has given this information. He told that Britain’s Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has sent a message on behalf of the Queen to the people of North Korea. This message was sent last week on the occasion of National Day of the country celebrated on 9 September.
The spokesperson said that on the occasion of National Day, messages are sent to other countries of the world, similarly sent to this country. This has been done before (North Korea National Day). According to North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency, Epidemic Elizabeth has said, ‘As the people of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea celebrate their National Day, I send my best wishes to the people here for the future.’ The agency also confirmed that the Queen’s message was received on September 7, two days before the national day.
public message for the first time
According to the Daily Mail report, North Korea has celebrated the 73rd anniversary of the founding day on 9 September (Queen’s Message to Kim Jong). The British Queen’s spokesperson said that ‘the Queen follows the advice of the FCDO for communication with all heads of state.’ An FCDO official says the Queen sent a similar message to North Korea last year as well. Although this is happening for the first time, when people have come to know about the message publicly.
Parade held in Pyongyang
North Korea has celebrated its National Day this year by taking out a military parade in the capital Pyongyang. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reportedly appeared on a stage in Kim Il Sung Square and shook hands at the crowd. According to North Korean media outlet Rodong Sinmun, he did not address the gathering. On the other hand, news came on Monday that North Korea has tested a new long-range missile. That too at a time when this country is having a dispute with America regarding the nuclear program.