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North Korea’s Kim Jong-un joins Queen in tribute as leaders greet Her Majesty


Even North Korea’s Kim Jong-un pays tribute to the Queen as world leaders including Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron greet Her Majesty on Platinum Jubilee

  • North Korea joined countries around the world to pay tribute to the Queen
  • Asian nation leader Kim Jong-un sent a letter to congratulate Her Majesty
  • US President Joe Biden led world leaders in praising the long-reigning monarch

Kim Jong-un was one of the world leaders, global icons and religious leaders who paid tribute to the Queen yesterday and greeted her tireless devotion to duty.

Presidents, prime ministers, pop stars and sports legends all gathered to congratulate her on 70 years of service.

Even North Korea’s rogue leader Kim Jong-un sent a letter to the Queen. The state’s Foreign Office confirmed on its website that Mr Kim has sent a letter congratulating the Queen and the British people.

North Korea and Britain established diplomatic relations in 2000 and have maintained embassies in each other’s capital cities despite a steady deterioration in relations.

North Korea leader Kim Jong-un congratulated the queen on the first day of platinum jubilee celebrations

US President Joe Biden led the rest of the applause, saying, “For 70 years you have inspired people with your selfless dedication and service to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. During your reign, the relationship between the United Kingdom and the United States has become stronger and closer than ever.”

French President Emmanuel Macron described the Queen as “the golden thread that binds our two countries”.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson even included a dash of Latin in a congratulatory tweet, saying: “Thank you all the country, the Commonwealth and the world for your unwavering duty and service. Vivat Regina Elizabetha! God save the queen.’

The Queen joins Prince Charles earlier in the day to watch a special flypast from Buckingham Palace's balcony

The Queen joins Prince Charles earlier in the day to watch a special flypast from Buckingham Palace’s balcony

Pope Francis also sent “warm greetings” and wished “the royal family and all the people of the nation blessings of unity, prosperity and peace.”

Even Sinn Fein praised the monarch in a letter sent last month, it turned out yesterday.

Party Vice-President Michelle O’Neill wrote: “Your platinum anniversary is a historic moment, especially for all those of trade union and British tradition on the island of Ireland and those islands who hold dear to you with great pride and devotion.” . †


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