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PyongyangNorth Korea testing a hypersonic missile is on the verge of starvation. The food grain production of the country has been declining continuously for the last several years due to shortage of fertilizers. For this reason, the North Korean administration has now advised its citizens to make compost from their own excreta. The United Nations has also reported that North Korea could soon be caught in a serious food crisis.
Market opening hours reducedNorth Korea is attempting to create an environment of competition among citizens to produce more household compost, Daily NK reports. A source in Yanggang province was quoted as saying that the central committee has ordered that the province’s markets reduce their operating hours by one hour, instead of working from 2:00 pm.
Atomic Bomb, America… What is Kim Jong Un’s plan in 2022? told the world for the first timequota fixed for each familyMarkets in North Korea have been ordered to function from 3 a.m. to 5 p.m. so that people can meet their quota of manure. It has been told in the report that every person has been ordered to provide 500 kg of manure to factories and enterprises. Every family in North Korea will have to provide 200 kg of manure per family between December 3 and January 10.
North Koreans craving food, Kim Jong Un will open the border with ChinaPayment will have to be made for not giving certain quantity of fertilizerThose who fail to produce such quantity of manure will have to pay per kg. Reports also claim that farmers have been requested to give their urine to companies for mixing in manure. To get this work done, North Korean government officials have divided the family according to the area.
Under the rule of Kim Jong Un, there is a shortage of every grain of rice, will the dictator spread the bowl in front of Xi Jinping?UN report warns of worsening of situationUN Special Envoy on Human Rights Tomas Ojea Quintana said in his latest report that ordinary North Korean citizens are struggling day by day to live a life of dignity. He warned that the deteriorating humanitarian situation in North Korea could turn into a serious crisis. Quintana said sanctions should be eased to protect North Korea’s most vulnerable people in the event of a serious food crisis.
Kim Jong Un’s North Korea on the verge of starvation, now UN report raises concernAppeal to ease sanctions on North KoreaHe said that the most vulnerable children and the elderly are at risk of starvation. In such a situation, the sanctions imposed on North Korea by the United Nations Security Council should be reviewed. They should be relaxed when necessary to facilitate both humanitarian and life-saving assistance. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations said North Korea is facing a food shortage of about 860,000 tonnes this year.
Kim Jong Un’s decree, eat less food by 2025, North KoreansHunger spread in far flung areasThere have recently been reports of starvation from far flung areas of North Korea. Industry and agriculture in these areas have largely come to a standstill due to lack of fuel and spare parts. Not only this, there are also widespread reports of theft in North Korea. The great thing is that information has also been received about the complicity of policemen in this. Due to this the local citizens are becoming more and more desperate.
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