Kim Jong-un’s health problems reported in Japan

By | June 26, 2020
Kim Jong-un's health problems reported in Japan

Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono linked the DPRK’s worsening relationship with South Korea with an attempt to divert attention from Kim Jong-un’s health. It is reported by The Times.
As the Rambler wrote, earlier the head of the DPRK, Kim Jong-un, missed a number of official events. The media reported that the North Korean leader was seriously ill and had heart surgery.
However, Kim Jong-un later spoke on the radio and then attended the opening ceremony of the Suncheon Fertilizer Plant.
Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono noted that Kim Jong-un maintains social distance due to the coronavirus and drew attention to the “rather strange movement” in the country.
Kono also pointed out the worsening relations between the DPRK and South Korea, explaining that it could be due to distraction from poor harvest and health problems in Kim Jong-un.

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