SEOUL North Korea on Thursday stated it had arrived at settlement with Malaysia for the return of the entire body of a citizen killed in Kuala Lumpur in February and identified by South Korean and U.S. officers as the 50 percent-brother of the North’s chief.
The entire body is to be returned to family in North Korea, the formal KCNA news company stated, including that the two nations around the world would carry reciprocal bans on journey by citizens and ensure their basic safety, letting nine Malaysians now in Pyongyang return dwelling.
The settlement was arrived at right after modern talks involving North Korea and Malaysia in the cash, Kuala Lumpur, it included.
North Korea does not acknowledge the useless male is Kim Jong Nam, the 50 percent brother of chief Kim Jong Un. Pyongyang continues to refer to him as Kim Chol, the identify on the diplomatic passport Kim was carrying when he died.
(Reporting by Ju-min Park and Jack Kim Enhancing by Clarence Fernandez)