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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has sent a condolence letter to the family of Unification Church founder Sun Myung Moon.
Moon, who founded Pyeonghwa (peace) Motors factory in North Korea, dedicated his life to inter-Korean exchanges. He died in early September 2012, leaving his widow Han Hak-ja the leader of the Unification Church.
On Sunday the North’s Korea Central News Agency (KCNA) revealed that the North Korean leader had contacted Han as the three-year anniversary of Moon’s death approaches.
“I sincerely express condolences to president Han Hak-ja and the bereaved family members on the anniversary of former president Moon Sun Myung’s passing,” the letter reads. “Moon has devoted himself to reconciliation of the nation and integration, unification and world peace. I hope president Han and the bereaved family members respect and follow Moon’s intention.”
The Family Federation for World Peace and Unification said the letter was sent via Kim Yang Gon, secretary of Workers’ Party of Korea and the director of the United Front Department, with condolence flowers.
Kim Jong Un has sent correspondence and flowers to Moon’s family before, including at his funeral on September 2012.
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