Malaysian police called caused the death of Kim Jong-Nam poison

Half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, Kim Jong Nam, according to preliminary data, was killed with a highly toxic chemical, known as nerve agent VX. About it reports Reuters, citing a police report in Malaysia.

As explained in the police, in the course of the research chemists-experts took swabs from the face and eyes of the victim.

The nerve agent VX chemical weapons, according to the UN classification is a weapon of mass destruction.

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.

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

Malaysian authorities also announced in the search for four North Korean citizens. According to preliminary data, they were able to escape and are now in Pyongyang.