September 26, 2020

KCNA rejects claims of N. Korean involvement, VX use in Kim Jong Nam murder

Article infers U.S involvement, accuses it of trying to bring down socialist system

North Korea denied its involvement in the apparent murder of Kim Jong Nam in Malaysia, as well as the claims by Malaysian authorities that the nerve agent VX was used, in an editorial published in state media on Wednesday.

The article, published by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), maintains that the actual cause of death has yet been determined and accuses the U.S. and South Korea of blaming the DPRK in order to bring down the country.