Japanese journalist told about the identity of the murdered brother, Kim Jong-UN

Kim Jong Us

Japanese journalist Yoji Gomi (Gomi Yoji) revealed details about the identity of the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, who was killed at the airport in Kuala Lumpur a few days ago. On Friday, February 17, writes The Telegraph.

In 2012, Gomi published a book, which draws on personal interviews and electronic correspondence with victims, and fresh comments from the reporter publishes the Japanese newspaper Tokyo Shimbun.

According to the journalist, Kim Jong Us even before departure from North Korea advocated reforms in the country. Later, he also repeatedly expressed confidence that the North Korean regime without change, will collapse, and Kim Jong-UN will not last long at the head of the Republic.

At the same time, Gomi argues that Kim Jong Us has never seen with his younger brother, and during personal interviews, when it came to the DPRK leadership, “he was sweating and he was acting shy”. “It seemed that he was trying to get a feel for how his words will be received,” — said the journalist.

He also expressed confidence that the killing of Kim Jong-Nam may result in the deterioration of relations between the DPRK and China, a longtime supporter of Pyongyang. This, according to him, due to the fact that the victim lived in China and even received security guarantees from Beijing. “Until now, there was no official comment from China about the incident. This may indicate some confusion on their part,” added the journalist.

Kim Jong Us, was assassinated in the airport of Kuala Lumpur on February 13. According to media reports, the crime could stand by the DPRK authorities.

The victim is the illegitimate son of the former North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il. He left North Korea in 2001 and from that moment did not happen at home. Before the emigration was in the government a number of high positions.