Kim Jong-un’s sister warns US not to ‘cause a stink’ with North Korea

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Kim Jong-un’s sister warns US not to ‘cause a stink’ with North Korea” – below is their description.

    In North Korea’s first comments directed at the administration of US President Joe Biden, Kim Jong-un’s influential sister warned Washington to avoid spreading “the smell of gunpowder” and “refrain from causing a stink”. Pyongyang’s official Rodong Sinmun newspaper released a statement from Kim Yo-jong on March 16, 2021, in which she criticised a joint military drill between the US and South Korea and threatened to scrap a defence pact if Seoul acts “more provocatively”.

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