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Kim Jong-un congratulated Putin on Russia Day

The head of the DPRK congratulated President Vladimir Putin on the Day of Russia. In his congratulations, he particularly noted the successes of Moscow in the field of national defense.

"The Russian people, under the leadership of the president, have achieved a lot in ensuring national security and stability, as well as in economic modernization and strengthening of national defense capabilities," the CTAC quotes the appeal.

In addition, the leader of the DPRK expressed confidence that the ties between the two peoples will be strengthened.

Day of Russia is one of the youngest public holidays in the country. On this day, June 12, 1990, the first Congress of People's Deputies of the RSFSR adopted the Declaration of State Sovereignty of Russia. The official name "Day of Russia" was assigned to the holiday only in 2002.

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