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South Korea's president sent condolences to Trump
South Korea's president sent condolences to Trump

South Korea’s president sent condolences to Trump

On October 2, South Korean President Moon Jae-in sent condolences to US President Trump and his wife who had previously announced that they tested positive for the new coronavirus, saying that he and his wife and the Korean people hoped for a speedy recovery.

South Korea's president sent condolences to Trump

According to Yonhap News Agency, on the afternoon of October 2, when Moon Jae-in visited the consumer protection department near the Blue House, he received a message that Trump declared positive for the new coronavirus. Yonhap News Agency pointed out that Moon Jae-in’s rush to send condolences to Trump can be regarded as a decision made considering the weight of the Korea-US alliance.

On the evening of October 1, Trump announced on his personal social media that his wife and his wife tested positive for the new coronavirus. Subsequently, Indian Prime Minister Modi and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, and other foreign dignitaries wished him a speedy recovery as soon as possible.

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