- The picture of North Korea’s ruler Kim Jong Un is once again in discussion in the world.
- Kim Jong Un is looking so thin in this picture that it is difficult to recognize him.
- This photo was taken at a meeting of the Central Committee of the ruling Workers’ Party of North Korea
The picture of Kim Jong Un, the ruler of North Korea, one of the world’s most brutal dictators, is once again in discussion in the world. In this picture, Kim Jong Un is looking so thin that it became difficult to even recognize him. This photo was taken at a meeting of the Central Committee of the ruling Workers’ Party of North Korea. Before this, Kim Jong has reduced his weight, about which the market of speculation was heated around the world.
North Korea’s official communication agency, the Korean Central News Agency, did not give further details about the meeting. Kim Jong Un’s weight, who has seen 37 springs of life, often fluctuates. For the first time after the death of uncle this month, dictator Kim has appeared in front of the world. On the other hand, North Korea on Thursday, on the 10th anniversary of the country’s leader Kim Jong Un becoming the supreme commander of the army, called on its 1.2 million soldiers to become the top leader’s strength and protect him even with his life.
Be like an impregnable fortress to protect Kim
The anniversary comes at a time when North Korea is holding several days of political conferences in which officials will discuss how to deal with the difficulties caused by the pandemic and pending diplomatic talks with the US. . An editorial in the official newspaper Rodong Sinmun said that North Korea’s military commander and soldiers should build an impenetrable fortress and bulletproof wall to protect Kim.
The editorial calls for creating a modern and advanced army that will be a “trusted guardian of the defense of our country and people”. North Korea has already appealed to its citizens to move forward under Kim’s leadership in difficult times. Some experts believe that Kim is facing the toughest times in his 10-year rule due to the COVID-19 pandemic and UN sanctions and his mismanagement.