US Vice-President Harris calls North Korea a ‘brutal dictatorship’ on visit to Korean DMZ

Us vice-president harris calls north korea a ‘brutal dictatorship’ on visit to korean dmz

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “US Vice-President Harris calls North Korea a ‘brutal dictatorship’ on visit to Korean DMZ” – below is their description.

US Vice-President Kamala Harris visited the Korean Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) on September 29, 2022 after meeting with the South’s President Yoon Suk-yeol earlier in the day. Her trip came after Pyongyang’s recent missile launches – one on September 25 and two more on September 28. The North has fired an unprecedented number of missiles in 2022.

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