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Kuwait calls on North Korean ambassador to leave

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Post by rocky Sun Sep 17, 2017 3:58 am

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Kuwait asked the North Korean ambassador to leave the country, decided to reduce the level of diplomatic representation with it, and keep the charge d'affaires and only three diplomats, "he said.
 
Diplomatic sources at the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry said in a press statement that Kuwait had informed the North Korean Embassy to reduce the level of diplomatic representation with it and to reduce the number of diplomats to only four, including the charge d'affaires of the 9 diplomats.
 
The sources said North Korea's ambassador to Kuwait, Su Chang Sik, would leave the country in the next few weeks, along with other diplomats.
 
The sources pointed out that this step is in line with UN Security Council Resolution 2321, adopted in November, in response to North Korea's conduct of its fifth nuclear test (September 9, 2016).
 
There was no official Kuwaiti confirmation of the move, but if confirmed, Kuwait would be the first Arab country and the third country in the world to expel North Korea's ambassador after Mexico and Peru.
 
Kuwait has stopped issuing visas to North Koreans, and those in Kuwait will be deported after their residency expires.
 
According to unofficial figures, about 6,000 North Koreans are currently working in Kuwait.


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