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PHOTOS: Unbothered Kim Jong-un Takes A Break From Firing Missiles To Visit A Fruit Farm

While world leaders engaged in fevered debate over how to prevent World War 3, the North Korean dictator appeared entirely unphased by the fuss.

North Korea ‘s nuclear weapons have been front and centre of the United Nations agenda this week.

Boris Johnson warned the world faces a “catastrophe that it hasn’t seen before” if Kim Jong-un realises his nuclear ambitions.

But while world leaders engaged in fevered debate over how to prevent World War 3, the North Korean dictator appeared entirely unphased by the fuss.

The despot took time off from testing ballistic missiles to visit an orchard in Kwail county, South Hwanghae province.

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The 33-year-old leader smiled broadly as he walked through the rows of apples before stopping to pose with workers.

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(Image: REUTERS)
(Image: REUTERS)
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It came as the Foreign Secretary warned the situation in North Korea, – a “rogue nation” – was “very, very serious.”

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(Image: REUTERS)
(Image: REUTERS)
(Image: REUTERS)

In a Facebook video, Johnson referenced Donald Trump mocking the North Korean leader as “rocket man,” yesterday.

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