Today, on March 7, North Korea has banned citizens of Malaysia who are in North Korea to leave its borders. Kuala Lumpur responded symmetrically, announcing the same to the address of the North Koreans in Malaysia. This is stated in the Reuters report.

The conflict, which began with the murder at the airport of the Malaysian capital’s half-brother, the current head of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN, Kim Jong Nam, has become increasingly tense, said the source.

“Malaysians in Korea temporarily forbidden to leave the country until the incident in Malaysia will not be duly explained,” said the foreign Ministry of the DPRK.

According to the Malaysian police, the two North Koreans, which law enforcement officers was wanted for questioning for the murder of Nam, disappeared in the DPRK Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, and diplomats in Pyongyang are not going to touch.

See also: the Murder of his brother, Kim Jong-UN: has video

13 Feb half-brother of the current leader of the DPRK Kim Jong Us, was assassinated in the airport of Kuala Lumpur: on his head threw poisoned handkerchief. A substance identified as a nerve gas. Malaysian authorities suspect involvement in the crime, the DPRK authorities. Kuala Lumpur, expelled the North Korean Ambassador. In Pyongyang these suspicions has called “wild rumors”.

See also: the Doctors confirmed the death of his brother, Kim Jong-UN from the strongest poison

The DPRK has decided not to leave the country citizens of Malaysia 07.03.2017

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