North Korean embassy staff at Sepang police station

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 22 Feb 2017

SEPANG: A car with North Korean embassy plates arrived at the police headquarters here at about 4pm Wednesday, catching journalists by surprise.

An embassy staff was then seen walking into the office. He did not respond when a reporter shouted a question to him from outside the fence of the police station.

The car, an MPV, left the station half an hour later.

Reporters had rushed to the car hoping to get comments from the embassy staff. The car drove off without stopping.

North Korean embassy officials have protested at the way the murder of Kim Jong-nam has been handled. Jong-nam, half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was assassinated at KLIA2 on Feb 13.

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