Starvation in North Korea not severe enough to pose threat to Kim Jong Un: NIS | NK News
June 24, 2024
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Starvation in North Korea not severe enough to pose threat to Kim Jong Un: NIS

Seoul spy agency reportedly says DPRK faces serious rice shortfall and that Kim’s daughter is being homeschooled

North Korea’s food crisis is not severe enough to threaten the stability of the Kim Jong Un regime, even though many in the country may be facing starvation, South Korea’s spy agency reportedly said Tuesday.

The National Intelligence Service (NIS) delivered the assessment to parliament, according to lawmakers Yun Kun-young and Yoo Sang-beom who were present at the meeting. 

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