MemberJune 25, 2021 at 8:51 am::
“It’s been almost two months ago, there was hardly any food from China, in the country,” to be a missionary in on the secret and help the people in need in North Korea, told me in September. “There are so many beggars here, and some people were starving to death on the border, and there was no soap, no toothpaste, no battery to charge.” Without a single AA battery in the household, can’t even keep track of the time, ” he said. Clocks do not live at all.
I am a student of North Korea, Human Rights Watch. Under “normal” circumstances, I wouldn’t be talking to the newly-retired North Koreans, diplomats, aid workers, and a few of the journalists, who sometimes end up in the country. I’m going to try to gather information, and get a glimpse of the real life in North Korea. I would have to talk to the sources, who travel across the border of the districts, and the other people who have connections in the country, working to confirm whether it is possible to consult the information from different points of view.
Now, it’s been hard work, it is even more difficult, as well as the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un appears to be made with the help of the COVID-19 pandemic, safe already firm grip on power.
The new extreme measures taken by the Government may even be an attempt to return to the ultra-strong control over the past couple of decades, when the state controlled all of the details, and the distribution of food and raw materials, while the ban on the activities of the “free market.” These conditions have led to a massive famine in the 1990s, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the food will be stopped.
At the beginning of 2020, North Korea, and was one of the first countries in the world instagram to its limits in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Officially, the government claims that it has no reported cases of COVID-19 infection. Media sources in North Korea is reported to COVID-like symptoms, and mortality among the soldiers, as well as outbreaks of the cities to the north of the Manpo, and Chongjin.