N.Korean security instructors to leave Uganda: DPRK Ambassador | NK News
July 20, 2024
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N.Korean security instructors to leave Uganda: DPRK Ambassador

Statement follows increasing pressure from UN and South Korean government

North Korean security instructors who have been providing training to Ugandan police and military forces will leave the country by the end of 2016, DPRK Ambassador to Kampala Myong Kyong Chol told local media on Friday.

"Our military and police cooperation will expire this year and it is very natural for the personnel of the DPRK to leave the country," Myong told local journalists, as reported by local paper the Monitor on Sunday.

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