Three villages along the Mokri Yaly River liberated by Ukrainian troops. The leader of North Korea against the “hegemonic policy” and “arrogance” of the US and the West
Kiev’s armed forces have liberated three villages in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine. These are the villages of Blahodatne, Neskuchne and Makarivka which are located along the Mokri Yaly River. This was announced by military spokesman Valeriy Shershen.
Meanwhile North Korean President Kim Jong-un has offered his “full support and solidarity” with Russia in a letter sent to Russian President Vladimir Putin. As reported by KCNA, Kim has promised to ”lend Putin’s hand” and to ”strengthen strategic cooperation” to respond to ”the common desire of the peoples of the two countries” to achieve the goal of building ” a more powerful country”. Kim, reads the message published by KCNA, told Putin that “justice will surely win and the Russian people will continue to add glory to the history of victory”.
The North Korean leader then pointed the finger at what he called the ”hegemonic policy” and the ”arrogance of the United States and the West”.