The country decided to expel North Korea’s ambassador to Kuwait, and he will be accompanied by four other diplomats. It seems like authorities won’t allow North Korea to earn money for Jong-un’s nuclear testing from laborers he sends to the Gulf.
This came right after the dictator did another testing and launched ballistic missiles in the direction of Japan. Kuwait denies any friendship with North Korea, and this was confirmed in its contradictory statements regarding the relationship with North Korea.
The United States and other Asian nations pressure their allies to stay away from North Korea. This was the final result of the warning President Trump sent in the last few months.
Our leader warned Jong-un that he will do whatever it takes to stop the testing and protect his people. But, Jong-un bragged that his military power is stronger than ever.
The embassy of North Korea in Kuwait City is its only diplomatic outpost in the Gulf. Jong-un sends thousands of laborers in Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.
There was no other way to avoid international pressure. Kuwait has to expel Ambassador So Chang Sik and his staffers. The embassy didn’t provide any comments on the incident, but it’s more than clear that this is tightly associated with North Korea and its nuclear testing.
Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah visited Washington and had a meeting with President Donald Trump. The US Embassy in Kuwait City stated that Kuwait is “a key regional partner on North Korea and many other issues.”
Kuwait is already making some bold steps to teach North Korea a lesson. But, will Kim Jong-un learn it? I don’t think so. The dictator is obsessed with his missiles, and he won’t even notice that one of his officials is about to be expelled.
What do you think about this? Do you think North Korea will lose its other allies? How will Kim Jong-un handle the major loss? Will he conduct another missile launch?
H/T World Politic US