North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un’s Health Unstable
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Kim Jong Un, North Korean leader was not seriously ill, two South Korean government sources said Tuesday after news that he had been subjected to a cardiovascular test and was now in “grave danger”.
After the operation, Kim underwent care, a South Korean media report said late Monday, in the midst of uncertainty about Kim’s health after his disappearance from this month’s primary anniversary case.
Kim’s health claims aren’t valid, two sources from the South Korean government said. Presidential Blue House has said that there are no suspicious signals from the West. Daily NK, a speciality website based in Seoul, quoted unnamed sources within the isolated state saying Kim is recovering from a villa on the east coast of Mount Kumgang resort of Hyangsan after undergoing a cardiovascular procedure at a hospital on April 12. CNN confirmed Kim was in “serious danger”
North Korean Leader Avoid April 15 Event
An authoritative U.S. source familiar with North Korea’s internal U.S. government report challenged the CNN claim. It states Kim is seriously ill while he is out of the public eye. This is for an extending period. Kim’s health questions after he is missing from an event on April 15. It is after marking the anniversary of his founding father’s birthday and Kim’s grandfather, Kim Il Sung.
North Korean state media announced on April 12 that Kim Jong Un had visited an airbase. Also, watched fighter jets and aircraft assault exercises. After two days North Korea launched several short-range anti-ship cruise missiles into the sea. This is as part of military drills, Sukhoi jets fire air-to-surface missiles, the South Korean military states. The missile tests conduct on the eve of a North Korean national holiday to commemorate Kim Il Sung’s birthday.
so, Denuclearization negotiations between the U.S. and North Korea failed at the end of 2019. Also, analysts believe this year’s test series. Further, military exercises seem to aim at undermining North Korea’s return to a harder-line approach. Reporting from within North Korea is notoriously hard, especially in matters relating to the leadership of the country. This is despite tight information controls.