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Russia announced on Tuesday that the leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un is among 26 world leaders who have agreed to take part in the annual World War Two Victory Day celebration in May.

If Kim delivers his promise and makes the trip, it would be his first foreign trip since taking over as supreme leader of the scandalous and isolated country from his father, Kim Jong Il, who last visited Russia in 2011, just a few months before he died.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at a Victory Day planning meeting that “leaders of 26 states confirmed their participation,” including the leaders of North Korea, Cuba, China, India, Mongolia, South Africa and Vietnam.

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