Seoul said that DPRK media publications speak of the normal work of the country’s leader

Earlier, KCNA reported that Kim Jong-un sent a congratulatory message to the President of South Africa.

The DPRK media continue to inform readers about the activities of Chairman of the State Council Kim Jong-un, which indicates that he works normally. This was announced on Tuesday by Unification Minister Kim Yong Chul at a meeting with MPs.

“The North Korean press has published reports on the work of Chairman Kim Jong-un, which suggests that he continues to perform his duties normally”, – Korea said the head of the ministry overseeing relations with Pyongyang.

On Monday evening, the KCNA agency informed that the DPRK leader sent his congratulations to the President of South Africa, and earlier it was reported that he thanked the builders of the tourist zone on the eastern coast of Wonsan Kalma. At the same time, there are no data on when exactly this was done and the whereabouts of Kim Jong-un. No new photos of Kim Jong-un have been published.

The DPRK leader has not appeared in public since April 11, when he held a meeting of the Workers’ Party of Korea (PKK) Central Committee’s Politburo on domestic policy issues. In particular, Kim Jong-un did not attend the annual session of the Supreme People’s Assembly (SPC) on 12 April, and also did not attend the ceremonial ceremony at Kimsun Palace on 15 April on the occasion of Kim Il-sung’s 108th birthday. Kim Jong-un’s absence from the ranks of the country’s leadership on the main national holiday gave rise to rumors about the possible illness of the DPRK leader, which at present are not commented on by officials and mass media of the People’s Republic.