Kim Jong-un’s health problems reported in Japan

11 months ago

Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono said they have suspicions about the health of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. It is reported by The Sun.

Taro did not specify what kind of problems the head of the DPRK had, noting that he was “not allowed to discuss intelligence matters.”

At the same time, the Minister of Defense said that “strange movements” were noticed on the territory of North Korea, which, in his opinion, could be connected with Kim’s efforts not to become infected with the coronavirus, which nevertheless exists in the country, despite its denial. The Daily Mail publication suggests that the leader could already become infected due to a weakened body after a diet and smoking habits.

On June 17, there were regular rumors about the disappearance of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un: he did not appear in public for more than a week, the Yonhap News Agency wrote. The last time he attended a meeting of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea on June 7, while his sister Kim Yo-jeong makes statements almost every day condemning the actions of South Korea.

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