The North Korean embassy accused Malaysia of trying to hide information over Kim Jong Nam’s death and threatened to ‘respond strongly.” The ambassador demanded that Malaysia release the body and findings of the post-mortem immediately. In a statement on Friday night, the embassy said a representative had met with the “high officer of the Malaysian Police” on Friday and had “strongly demanded him to release the body”, but the demand was rejected. “This strongly suggests that the Malaysian side is trying to conceal something which needs more time and deceive us and that they are colluding with the hostile forces towards us who are desperate to harm us of malice. “We will respond strongly to the moves of the hostile forces towards us with their intent to besmirch the image of our Republic, by politicising this incident and sue file [sic] this to the International Court,” the statement said.
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Newsline: North Korean embassy accuses Malaysia of hiding information about Kim Jong Nam’s death