Harimau Malaysia will be required to travel to Pyongyang after all
- Author: Leroy Wright May 12, 2017,
May 12, 2017, 20:27
Pyongyang has threatened to carry out a new nuclear test - while the USA has sent a warship to the region and vowed to stop the North from developing nuclear weapons.
"A relevant institution is now conducting detailed investigation into his crimes", the Korean Central News Agency said about Kim Hak Song.
The Pyongyang University of Science and Technology is the only privately funded university in North Korea and is unique for having a large number of foreign staff. Today's Mr. Kim and his war council seek to create a military environment that is most conducive to a successful attack on their southern neighbor, the Republic of Korea (ROK).
Since the US and North Korea do not hqve diplomatic relations, when an American citizen is reported to be detained, the USA works with the Swedish embassy in Pyongyang.
The regime described Kim Hak-song as "a man who was doing business in relation to the operation of Pyongyang University of Science and Technology".
It says that North Korea threatens to treat American detainees in accordance with the nation's "wartime law". Ltd., met Kim in Dandong, on North Korea's border with China, to give him communications equipment and cash.
The university was founded by evangelical Christians and opened in 2010.
That chance presented itself in 1998, when James Kim, who had moved to the United States in the 1970s, was on a trip to North Korea.
The State Department warning included an extensive list of activities that could lead to arrest in the relatively isolated country.
The trumped up charges against Kim mirror charges made against other Americans, including 22-year-old American Otto Warmbier who was on a guided tour of North Korea when he tried to take a sign with political writing from his hotel.
Pyongyang has carried out two nuclear tests and dozens of missile launches since the beginning of past year in its quest to build a rocket capable of delivering an atomic warhead to the United States mainland.
U.S. President Donald Trump often talks tough about North Korea, emphasizing the need to put more pressure on the Kim Jong-un regime. Although religious freedom is enshrined in the North Korean constitution, it does not exist in practice and religious activity is severely restricted to officially-recognised groups linked to the government. He was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in March 2016.
"These biochemical substances were to be provided with the assistance of the CIA. while the South Korean Intelligence Service was going to provide necessary support and funding for this attempt at assassination on our supreme leader".