After its judicial authorities decided to allow the deportation of a North Korean citizen to the United States, North Korea announced severing its relations with Malaysia, threatening Washington that it would pay the price for this step, according to its expression.
In details, the North Korean Foreign Ministry considered, in a statement carried by the country’s official Korean Central News Agency, that the Malaysian authorities committed An unacceptable criminal act by selling an innocent Korean citizen and expelling him to the United States, according to the statement.
It also announced, in light of the problematic situation, the complete severance of diplomatic relations with Malaysia, accusing it of committing a “hostile act” against North Korea.
“You will pay the price.”
In addition, Pyongyang described the United States as “the conspirator behind the scenes and the main responsible for the accident,” stressing that it “will pay the appropriate price.”
It is noteworthy that the Malaysian judicial authorities issued on March 17th, A decision stipulating the deportation of a North Korean citizen to the United States in light of his accusation of violating UN sanctions against Pyongyang by laundering money and supplying luxury goods to his country.