The North Korean Ambassador Kang Chol-summoned to the foreign Ministry of Malaysia on the occasion of the murder of his brother, North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Nam. The Ambassador was summoned because of the criticism of Kuala Lumpur. It is reported RIA Novosti with reference to the foreign Ministry of Malaysia.
“The North Korean Ambassador Kang Chol-today has been invoked with the purpose of giving explanations on the charges made against the government of Malaysia,” said the Agency.
Earlier in his press conference the DPRK Ambassador said that the Malaysian government had “something to hide” on the death of Kim Jong-Nam.
Kim Jong-Nam, was killed on 13 February. The exact method remains unknown even after autopsy: major versions, his face could hold a poisoned handkerchief, he was pricked by a poisonous needle or splashed in the man’s face a toxic liquid.
According to investigators, the attack was made by two women. On suspicion of committing a crime, the police detained four.
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