KUALA LUMPUR The human body of Kim Jong Nam, 50 percent-brother to North Korean chief Kim Jong Un and the victim of a strange murder at Kuala Lumpur airport, is anticipated to depart by plane on Thursday, media experiences and an aviation field supply explained.
Kim’s human body was believed to be on Malaysia Airways flight MH360 to Beijing, en route to North Korea, that was currently planning for consider off, media explained.
The flight was driving its scheduled departure of 6 p.m. (one thousand GMT)
“It is prepared for…but not positive if (it is really) going on,” explained the aviation field supply, when questioned if the human body would be flown out on Thursday.
The launch of the human body by Malaysia – which just lately imposed a ban on North Korean nationals leaving the Southeast Asian place – was arranged to secure the return of 9 Malaysians stranded in Pyongyang soon after North Korea imposed a travel ban on Malaysians leaving its borders.
Malaysian law enforcement say Kim was killed on Feb. thirteen by two girls who smeared super toxic VX nerve agent on his confront at the Kuala Lumpur spending budget terminal.
North Korea is demanding Kim’s human body and a few remaining suspects inside of its embassy be returned to Pyongyang in exchange for an close to the travel ban on Malaysians, diplomatic resources have explained.
Some media experiences explained the North Korean suspects had been also leaving for Beijing on the same flight. Reuters could not independently verify this.
(Reporting by Liz Lee and Joseph Sipalan Editing by Nick Macfie)