Kim Jong UN wrote a letter to Chinese President JinpingUncategorized October 26, 2017
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-UN congratulated the President of the people’s Republic of China XI Jinping with his re-election for another five years, the General Secretary of the Communist party of China, and wished “every success”. This is with reference to the KCNA says the Agency Reuters.
Such a friendly gesture of Supreme leader of the DPRK, who rarely sends personal messages to leaders of other countries, was made in the late XIX Congress of the Chinese Communist party, which XI actually recognized by a major political figure in the country since Mao Zedong.
“Greetings come at a time when the international community urges China to do more to North Korean nuclear and missile tests, which caused global tension, has been terminated”, – says the Agency.
UN “expressed belief that the relations between the two parties and countries will develop in the interests of both peoples. “The Chinese people embarked on the road of building socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era,” – said in his letter.
Analysts say it is too early to draw any conclusions about a possible warming of relations between Beijing and Pyongyang, especially before the personal meeting between Jinping and U.S. President Donald trump.
Reuters reminds that Beijing is actually the only “ally” North Korea: China accounts for more than 90% of the trade of the North with the surrounding world.
23 October 2017, the President of China and General Secretary of the Communist party of China XI Jinping made in the text of the Charter of the Communist party to its nineteenth Congressthat actually put him on the same level with the largest Communist country’s leader, the “great helmsman” Mao Zedong, and later revisionist Deng Xiaoping.