A police officer guards women, suspects in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam
The decision was made for reasons of national security.
Malaysia abolishes visa-free visits for citizens of North Korea on the background of complications of relations between the two countries related to the murder of the elder brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Nam. The visa regime is introduced on 6 March, Reuters reports.
“The citizens of North Korea will have to obtain a visa to enter Malaysia for reasons of national security,” – said Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia Ahmad Zahid Hamid.
As reported Корреспондент.netFebruary 14, Kim Jong-Nam has died from poisoning at the airport in Kuala Lumpur after his face splashed toxic VX.
Malaysian authorities suspect ten people of involvement in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam.
Earlier, South Korea called the organizers of the assassination of Kim Jong-Nam.