North Korea calls Biden 'fool of low IQ' over Kim criticism
25 Mai, 2019, 08:14 | Auteur: Anatole Charbonneau
The government also said that it will draw up plans to provide humanitarian food assistance to ease food shortages in North Korea, apparently aggravated by global sanctions and unfavorable weather conditions, despite North Korea's recent missile firings. South Korea is also trying to build public and political support for providing wider food aid to North Korea, either directly or through the WFP.
It accused Biden of "slandering the supreme leadership" of North Korea - a term usually referring to leader Kim - and said the former senator had become "reckless and senseless, seized by ambition for power".
"The government will first discuss with global organizations over the provision of aid and take measures so that the support arrives (in North Korea) quickly", Lee said.
The KCNA commentary did not specifically detail what Biden had said to incur the wrath of Pyongyang, but the former vice president was quoted as asking supporters at a rally Saturday in Philadelphia if the U.S.is "a nation that embraces dictators and tyrants like (Russian President Vladimir) Putin and Kim Jong Un?".
The article warned North Korea "would never forgive" anyone who insulted the country or its supreme leader Kim Jon Un, with whom Trump has attempted to strike an unprecedented peace deal in exchange for Pyongyang's nuclear weapons. He recently slammed Kim as a thug.
Speaking to reporters for the first time since he took the post, Kim said South Korea and the U.S. The talks, a sequel to the first-ever U.S.
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North Korean state media are urging farmers to do their best with what they have, to grow as much as possible this year.
It was the first time the United States had seized a North Korean vessel after several years of close calls on the high seas in which the country's shippers renamed their vessels, used false flags and turned off their tracking devices to avoid detection.
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The last time South Korea provided humanitarian aid to North Korea through an worldwide agency was in 2015, when it gave $800,000 to a U.N. Population Fund project to evaluate North Korean public health conditions.
The South has not provided direct food aid to the North since 2010.
In April, state media described Kim as being pleased with Trump, despite the apparent failure of their last meeting in Vietnam in February.
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