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Monday, February 12, 2018

Media: North Korea hired a former KGB for the protection of Kim Jong-UN

North Korean authorities have hired former KGB officers to ensure the safety of the country’s leader, Kim Jong-UN, says the Japanese press.

It is alleged that about ten former KGB agents, previously engaged in the fight against terrorism, was invited to Pyongyang in February of this year in order to train the bodyguards of the President.

It is also alleged that another challenge for the security officers began assisting the North Korean intelligence agencies in the work to counter the attempts of the CIA to develop its network of agents in North Korea.


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