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2019-08-18T12:50:58.480Z

The Ministry of Unification says it is consulting with local governments and local authorities on specific funeral places and procedures for North Korean defectors who were recently found dead in an apartment in Seoul. The Ministry of Unification said it will consult with North Korean groups and local governments so that funerals can be carried out with the aid of the North-South Hana Foundation, a North Korean refugee support organization, as soon as possible.


The Ministry of Unification says it is consulting with local governments and local authorities on specific funeral places and procedures for North Korean defectors who were recently found dead in an apartment in Seoul.

The Ministry of Unification said it will consult with North Korean groups and local governments so that funerals can be carried out with the aid of the North-South Hana Foundation, a North Korean refugee support organization, as soon as possible.

The Ministry of Unification said that the police investigation to determine the cause of the deaths of North Korean defectors has not been completed, and that no specific funeral procedures have been entered.

Han Mo, a North Korean defector who completed Hana Won in 2009, was found dead in a rented apartment in Bongcheon-dong, Gwanak-gu, with his son Kim Mo-gun last month.

The possibility of asa was delayed due to the fact that there was no food at home when the body was discovered.

The Korea-South Hana Foundation posted a message on the homepage of the Foundation's employees, saying, “I will reflect deeply.”

The Foundation said, "We will thoroughly examine any gaps in the settlement support system or application process and will do our best to prevent this from happening again."

Source: sbskr

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