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Heads of state on Kim Il Sung's Christmas card list

Or more strictly, New Year card list. And a pretty odd list it is too. Why Prince Albert of Monaco? (referred to as King Albert in the press release...) Why Montenegro, Dominica and Armenia?


Can we, as a nation, cope with this snub?

Meanwhile David Alton is in the DPRK as the head of a delegation from the All Party DPRK group. I hope they keep him.

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