in 2020 North Korea It struggled with hurricanes that regularly destroyed the country’s major crops. But this year, long dry weeks followed by heavy monsoon rains have had a major impact on food supply problems.

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North Korea. Kim Jong Un calls on officials to take urgent action to tackle ongoing climate change

In a speech addressed to the political bureau of the party a job South Korea’s President Kim Jong Un has urged its officials to deal with the food crisis hitting the country as soon as possible. The dictator also said that “urgent measures must be taken to overcome the abnormal weather conditions.” in this context Kim Dung Eun spoke a. Afforestation of land to reduce soil erosion.

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Kim Dung Eun The North’s official Korean Central News Agency said he was also expected to assess that in recent years the “risk” of climate change has “significantly increased”.

As reported by the BBC, in addition to the damage caused by natural disasters, North Korea’s economy has been severely affected by international sanctions, as well as the strict self-isolation of the country that was imposed after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic (for example the border with China).

According to official government data, not a single case of SARS-CoV-2 has yet been detected in North Korea. North Korean authorities this week rejected an offer to donate nearly 3 million doses vaccinations against COVID-19 from the COVAX Global Distribution Mechanism, indicating that the countries most affected by the pandemic should be targeted.

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Illustrative imageOver 50 years, the number of disasters has increased fivefold – the cause of climate change