North Korea Chairman Kim Jong Un claims Trump has praised his coronavirus relief efforts in a letter. Image via SCMP.

Kim Jong Un claims Trump has praised his coronavirus relief efforts

North Korea's leader Chairman Kim Jong Un has claimed that he has received a letter from US President Donald Trump praising his efforts to control the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the country. The country's state media KCNA revealed the contents of the letter on national television, with the Trump administration later confirming that the President did send such a letter to Jong Un.

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Sun Mar 22 - Reuters

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