Kim Jong Un Shocked: N. Korea Has Just Been Expelled!!

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This is how he’s going to learn his lesson! The communist dictator enraged the entire planet after he decided to do what he only wants, not respecting the agreements, nor respecting the humanitarian law. His last nuclear probe seriously put him in the position of a 100% isolation from the rest of the world.

First, China announced the big sanctions, now Kuwait expelled the N. Korean diplomats from the country and announces diplomatic war on N. Korea. This is a heavy hit on the N. Korean economy.

Kuwait has reportedly expelled the North Korean ambassador from the Country limiting it’s ability to earn money for it’s nuclear testing plan.

ABC News reported: Kuwait will expel North Korea’s ambassador to the oil-rich country and four other diplomats, potentially limiting Pyongyang’s ability to earn money for its nuclear program from laborers it sends to the Gulf.

The decision comes as Kuwait in recent weeks offered contradictory statements about its relationship with North Korea. The U.S. and Asian nations have increased pressure on their allies to cut ties as Pyongyang has tested a nuclear weapon and launched ballistic missiles over Japan.North Korea’s Embassy in Kuwait City serves as its only diplomatic outpost in the Gulf. Pyongyang has thousands of laborers working in Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the UnitedArabEmirates .

Responding to international pressure, Kuwait will expel Ambassador So Chang Sik and four other staffers. That will leave four diplomats at the embassy. The embassy did not respond to a request for comment.

A Gulf-based official confirmed on Sunday that Kuwait would be expelling the diplomats, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss intelligence reports. A letter Kuwait sent in August to the United Nations also made that pledge.

 

Kuwait’s Information Ministry did not respond to a request for comment.

Kuwait’s ruling emir, Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, traveled to Washington and met with U.S. President Donald Trump this month. In a statement, the U.S. Embassy in Kuwait City called Kuwait “a key regional partner on (North Korea) and many other issues.”

“Kuwait has taken positive steps in regards to implementing U.N. resolutions related to” Pyongyang, it said.

H/T RSW

This is a great news. After the recent breaking news coming from China and their announcement of blocking N.Korean bank accounts, now Kuwait brings even better news. The communists will remain trapped in their own misery. Kim Jong Un needs to change his policy or they’re  going down!

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