South Korea Says, North Korean Regime’s Brutality Kim Jong-Nam’s Assassination Reveals


South Korea calls for international cooperation in punishing North Korea because of “terrorist act” in the assassination of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged brother of the step of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Seoul says authorities killed and highlighted only Pyongyang “brutal.”

Authorities in South Korea that they are preparing for further provocations from its neighbor predicted that the reclusive regime may want to divert the attention of the world with high-profile murder.

“We can understand clearly confirmed the latest incident, the unpredictability of the brutality of the North Korean regime,” said Jeong is John, a spokesman for the South Korean Unification Ministry. He added that Seoul is closely monitoring the situation with the armed forces kept on high alert.

Officials from South Korea confirmed officially they see murder as an act of state-sponsored and no one is the North Korean regime must be held responsible for the assassination.

At the same time, the prime minister has thrown in South Korea and interim President Hwang Kyu-Ahn weight behind the investigation, suggesting that the North Korean regime is behind the killing of an outcast half-brother of the leader.

Describing him as “a criminal act is inhumane unacceptable,” and said: “If we put together the announcement Malaysian authorities and various pieces of information and the circumstances, it seems that the North Korean regime is behind this incident.

“This clearly demonstrates the reckless and brutal North Korean regime, which is used in every possible way to stay in power nature,” said Hwang. “We must also prepare ourselves well against the possibility of provocations and other North Korea, which can be implemented to exchange international attention to kill Kim.”

Kim was killed by two killers of women, it is believed that at the request of Pyongyang, at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. So far, Malaysia and arrested two women suspects and two others during the hunt for more than one partner, including North Korea.