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North Korean army officer executed by regime - كوريا الشمالية تعدم رئيس أركان جيشها

كوريا الشمالية تعدم رئيس أركان جيشها

A senior North Korean military leader has been executed for "factionalism, misuse of authority and corruption," a South Korean government official with knowledge of North Korean affairs told Thursday.

ذكر مصدر مطلع على شؤون كوريا الشمالية أن رئيس هيئة أركان القوات المسلحة الكورية الشمالية أعدم هذا الشهر بتهمة الفساد، بحسب وكالة "شينخوا" اليوم الأربعاء.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, declined to give further details on how or when General Ri Yong-gil, chief of the North Korean Army's general staff, was executed.

ونفذت كوريا الشمالية حكم الإعدام بحق لي يونغ-غيلرئيس هيئة أركان القوات المسلحة الكورية الشماليةا أثناء اجتماع مشترك للجنة المركزية لحزب العمال الحاكم والجيش ترأسه الزعيم كيم جونغ أون خلال يومي 2-3 من الشهرالحالي بحسب المصدر .

Ri was appointed to the position in 2013, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported.

One source told Yonhap that Ri was executed last week.

يذكر أن لي عين قائدا للفيلق الخامس المسؤول عن الجبهة الوسطى عام 2012 ورئيسا لهيئة أركان القوات المسلحة عام 2013 بعد أن عمل مديرا للعمليات العسكرية لهيئة أركان الجيش في نفس العام.

David Kang, a professor of international relations at the University of Southern California, told the move appeared to be a show of strength by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

ولم يظهر في الاجتماع واحتفال الشعب والجيش بنجاح إطلاق القمر الصناعي "كوانغ ميونغ سونغ –4" المقام في بيونغ يانغ في 8 الشهر الجاري.

Ri's execution is the latest in a string of high-profile officials that have been purged in a dramatic fashion.

"It is another way for Kim Jong Un to show he is in power. He is still young, and still learning who is on his side and who is not," said Kang.

"The people who are on the wrong side become disposable."

The news comes amid heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula, following last month's nuclear test by the North, and Sunday's rocket launch.

North Korea insists the launch was to put a satellite into orbit, but it was viewed by other nations, such as Japan and South Korea, as a front for a ballistic missile test.

This type of rocket, analysts say, could also be used as an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) and could potentially carry a nuclear warhead.

In retaliation, South Korea and the United States are taking what action they can against the North Korean regime

South Korea said Wednesday it is closing the Kaesong Industrial Complex, a joint North-South-run initiative located in North Korea and a rare of example of cooperation between the two countries.

The United States approved new sanctions to punish Pyongyang for carrying out the recent nuclear and ballistic missile tests as well as for other malicious activities, including cybersecurity attacks and human rights abuses.

And senior military leaders from the U.S., South Korea and Japan held a trilateral meeting in Hawaii Wednesday, pledging to redouble intelligence sharing on the reclusive nation's nuclear and missile threat.

"The senior military leaders also agreed to coordinate further on mutual security issues to enhance peace and stability in the region," a statement from the U.S. representatives read.

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