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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

“The main victim is us”: North Korea commented on the death of an American student

The representative of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of North Korea called unexpected death issued by the US student Otto Warmbier, previously arrested for trying to bring home as a souvenir from North Korea propaganda poster.

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According to the unnamed representative of the Ministry of foreign Affairs, which in the retelling of the Agency “Yonhap” quoted by RIA “Novosti”, the DPRK “sincere” young man provided medical care, and a decision on his transfer in the United States was made in connection with deterioration of health of the prisoner.

“Less than a week after Warmbier returned to the United States in the presence of normal signs of life, so his sudden death for us also a mystery,” — said in the North Korean foreign Ministry, adding that the main victims in this situation were it North Korea.

In addition, the DPRK foreign Ministry accused in the death of a student the United States itself: in their opinion, it was the result of the policies of Barack Obama, who did not want to engage in dialogue with the DPRK.

Recall that, in the previous version of North Korea, the cause of death Warmbier steel botulism and acceptance of sleeping pills, the doctors in the clinic in Cincinnati USA have not found evidence of such a diagnosis.

In the administration of the President of the United States has said that considering various measures against North Korea in connection with the death of a citizen of the country.


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