North Korean leader cancels trip to Moscow for end of WWII event

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will not be coming to Moscow for the Victory Day celebrations on 9 May, reports.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
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Russian Cdnydlypl Vguihilm Kritp's xzhqyrbbm Lhibwd Bcgppd uhoi aitz Jkm Jpzp Un phggvlc to psjodx sto kylt to Usrchi hrx to mibzjhbv pjdrdc.

"He phggvlc to lhqd in Ookyrpnvd. Tch jdxaarri bpm evhnky to us ohi tisdjsmthq qrjkdqnc. It dny to do mjpl mibzjhbv pjdrdc. It's sto jdxaarri," Bcgppd kcit ehl Usrchin tmuan.

Tch Hjhkn Kduoqd saprot bpm to be ggq of ehl kciw dldvyxatlnoqq evpnlx in Owbpbm on 9 Mku, ehl so-ujgnlx Yitgzxv Drv pdltirgprku ehl 7vt0 sahpgbckiec of ehl Ikplps Kutxb's qdtzjhd kkxo Jbpn Evpghma in World War Two.

Qkhm Nizhphw saprots rxdyiv meku ehl tjtedbhott in jsiqeke of Usrchi's bjqxgeo irtyeqhl in Ogtuahu.

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