In of the Malaysian foreign Ministry summoned the Ambassador of the DPRK

Police in Kuala Lumpur

Of the Malaysian foreign Ministry summoned the Ambassador of Korea to request explanations with regard to diplomat accusations against the authorities of the country. This is stated on the Agency’s website.

During the press conference, Ambassador Kang Chul hinted that the Malaysian government had “something to hide” in the case of assassination of the North Korean citizen on February 13, pointed out the Minister. Also, the diplomat argued that Malaysia is in cahoots with external forces.

The Embassy was informed that the death of a citizen was classified as sudden and, accordingly, must be conducted all necessary research.

The Embassy also said that after the investigation is over, the body will be transferred to close relatives in accordance with existing Malaysian laws and procedures.

The Malaysian government has been transparent and kept the Embassy informed of developments on this case, and so considers criticism from the Ambassador as unfounded. “The Malaysian government takes very seriously any unjustified attempt to tarnish his reputation,” — said the Minister.

The Ambassador of Malaysia in Pyongyang Mohamad nizan Mohamad was recalled to Kuala Lumpur for consultation. At the same time, he said, is currently in Pyongyang and performs its duties.

Kim Jong-Nam, was killed on 13 February at the airport of Kuala Lumpur where he was going to fly to Macau to his family. According to investigators, the assassination was attempted by two women, they managed to escape. There are different versions of the murder: brother Korean leader could have been hurt, poisoned needles, splash him with a toxic liquid or to hold the eyes with a poisonous substance swab.