North Korea’s Kim Yo Jong lashes out at the South Korean government over possible sanctions. That’s what she said – .

North Korea’s Kim Yo Jong lashes out at the South Korean government over possible sanctions. That’s what she said – .
North Korea’s Kim Yo Jong lashes out at the South Korean government over possible sanctions. That’s what she said – .
The North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un’s sister, has slammed the South Korean government, just days after saying it was considering new sanctions in response to the regime’s latest missile launches.

Kim Yo Jong has called conservative South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol and his government “idiots” for continuing to create a dangerous scenario just two days after Seoul’s foreign ministry announced new sanctions against Pyongyang.

Among the recent tests was the firing of an intercontinental missile that could have covered the entire American continent. Suppose North Korea carries out a major provocation, such as a nuclear test. In this case, Seoul plans to take action against alleged cyberattacks by the secret regime, which is a key new source of revenue for its weapons development.

Kim said in a statement quoted by state media that she wondered what sanctions the South Korean group would impose on North Korea, like a wild dog munching on a bone donated by the United States. She went on to warn the arrogant and the foolish, saying that sanctions and unbridled pressure from the United States and its South Korean cronies on (North Korea) will ignite the latter’s hatred and anger. and will act as a noose for them.

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Seoul responded to Kim’s remarks by saying it was awful for her to condemn our head of state with foul, slangy language and show no basic manners or decorum.

FAQs:

  1. Who is Kim Jong Un?
    He is a North Korean politician, who has been the country’s supreme leader since 2011 and leader of the Workers’ Party of Korea since 2012.
  2. Can North Koreans travel freely?
    North Koreans are generally unable to travel freely within the country, let alone outside. Immigration and emigration are tightly regulated.

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