North Korea’s official radio broadcast on Sunday morning a message presented by the leader, Kim Jong Un, after a massive conflict over his health over the past two days.
The radio revealed that “Kim Jong conveyed gratitude to the workers and employees who wholeheartedly helped create the Samson city,” according to the South Korean Yonhap News Agency.
Yonhap News Agency said: “Kim Jong Un sent a tribute to the workers who earnestly and faithfully support the establishment of Samson.
Workers are eager to seriously contribute to building a socialist force without forgetting the party’s trust and expectations at any moment.
And Chung In-Moon, the South Korean president’s advisor for foreign policy, said Chung In-moon, in his interview with the US “Fox News”, that “North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is alive and well, he has been resident in Wonsan region since 13 April.
No suspicious movements have been detected yet.
The statements about the health of the North Korean leader varied during the past two days after his absence from an annual event that represented a national holiday, and the last time he appeared in public was on April 11, when he chaired the meeting of the political office of the ruling Labor Party.
Earlier on Saturday, a report appeared on the Chinese social network website Wibo about the death of the North Korean leader, and its owner said that he obtained this information from a “reliable” source, while the head of the Korean Friendship Association Alejandro Cao de Pinos denied the current news reports, About the death of the North Korean leader.