Malaysia urged the DPRK to extradite the four suspects in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam

Malaysia urged the DPRK authorities to extradite the four suspects in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam — brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN. About it reports on Wednesday, February 22, RIA Novosti with reference to the head of the Malaysian police Khalid Abu Bakar.

According to Abu Bakar, law enforcement agencies are asked to testify in the case about the assassination of Kim Jong-Nam second Secretary of the DPRK Embassy in Kuala Lumpur Hyun-Kwan Sohn and employee of the North Korean airline Air Koryo Kim UK Il, who are still in Malaysia. The Embassy of the DPRK sent a letter with a request to assist in obtaining the testimony of these two individuals, otherwise the Malaysian authorities intend to arrest them.

In this case, Abu Bakar noted that Kuala Lumpur against the joint investigation by North Korean authorities.

In addition, the head of the Malaysian police announced that two girls detained on suspicion of involvement in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam, trained to inflict poison on the face. “Toxic liquid, gave them four suspects citizens of the DPRK. They knew that the substance is toxic, but we have not yet established that it was poison,” quotes his words TASS.

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. There are different versions of the assassination: 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.

On suspicion of involvement in the crime was arrested a citizen of Indonesia a citizen of Myanmar (according to other sources — Vietnam), citizen of Malaysia, as well as a native North Korean Ri Jong Chol.

Malaysian authorities have also declared wanted four citizens of the DPRK. According to preliminary data, they were able to escape and are now in Pyongyang.