Kim Jong Un’s sister gets promotion, becomes North Korea’s ‘dictator’ number-2

Kim Yo Jong

Seoul: Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, has received a reward for threatening South Korea and America. State news agency KCN has reported that Kim Jong Un’s influential sister has been appointed to the country’s top governing body. Till now, Kim Yo Jong was in the position of advisor to her brother and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

Became Chief of State Affairs Commission
Kim Yo Jong has now been made the head of North Korea’s State Affairs Commission. The Supreme People’s Assembly, the country’s rubber-stamp parliament, has also given its approval for his appointment. At least nine members of this commission were dismissed just a few days ago. It also includes the Vice President of the State Affairs Commission and diplomat Cho Son Hui.

Government media gave information
During Donald Trump’s tenure, Cho Son Hui played a big role in negotiations with America. She is one of the rare female officers to have reached the top position in North Korea. North Korea’s state-run newspaper Rodong Sinmun also published photos of eight new appointments on Thursday. In this, Kim Yo Jong was seen with these people. She is the only woman in this commission.

Studied together Kim Jong Un and Kim Yo Jong
Kim Yo Jong has often been seen close to his brother. Both of them have also studied together in Switzerland. Kim Yo Jong also attended summit meetings with former US President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in. His exact political role in North Korea has long been a mystery. It has also been claimed many times that she may be the next head of the country after her brother.

Has threatened America and South Korea many times
Kim Jong Un’s sister is often in the news for her strong statements. He has also openly threatened America and South Korea several times. On his orders, a few months ago, the Listing Office on the border of North and South Korea was blown up with explosives. This building was built by South Korea with its own money.