North Korea’s Kim Jong Un makes first ‘public appearance’ in weeks

North Korea's Kim Jong Un makes first 'public appearance' in weeks

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has made his first public appearance in 20 days, North Korean state media reported early on Saturday, amid rumours about his health.
The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported that Kim attended a ceremony marking the completion of a fertiliser factory in Suncheon, near the capital of Pyongyang, with other senior officials, including his sister, Kim Yo Jong.
KCNA said Kim cut a ribbon at the ceremony on Friday and those attending the event “burst into thunderous cheers of ‘hurrah!’ for the Supreme Leader who is commanding the all-people general march for accomplishing the great cause of prosperity.”
Kim was seen in photographs smiling and talking to aides at the ribbon-cutting ceremony and also touring the plant, Al Jazeera reported.

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