Malaysia expelled the North Korean Ambassador from the country
This decision was made in connection with the murder of his brother, North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Nam.
Moscow. March 4. INTERFAX.RU — Ministry of foreign Affairs of Malaysia announced the expulsion of Ambassador of the DPRK in the country, transfers on Saturday Agency Associated Press.
According to him, the decision was made in connection with the murder of his brother, North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Nam.
Kim Jong-Nam died February 13, on the way to the hospital after the airport of Kuala Lumpur two women splashed his face with liquid containing a highly toxic VX substance.
Earlier on March 2 Malaysia has abolished the visa-free visit to the country for citizens of North Korea on the background of complications of relations between the two countries associated with the death of Kim Jong-Nam.