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Leader Kim says food situation getting tense in North Korea

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North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un said the food situation in the isolated communist country was getting tense due to the coronavirus pandemic and last year’s typhoon, state news agency KCNA reported on Wednesday. At a plenary session of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party which opened on Tuesday, Kim called on officials to settle “the people’s food situation” which “is now getting tense,” according to KCNA. He said the issue was in part caused by the agricultural sector’s failure to fulfil its grain production plan due to damage caused by the typhoon last year. Kim also told North Koreans…

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