Food and drink became very expensive in North Korea.
North Korea: The situation has become such that millions of people have not even got food in the last few days. North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has admitted for the first time that his country is facing a severe food shortage.
New Delhi. You can imagine such a country. One who tests nuclear-rich missiles every day, but where there is a situation like starvation. Same is the case with North Korea. The food crisis in North Korea has become so deep that food and drink are skyrocketing there. You can estimate the inflation there from the fact that the cost of one kg of banana is Rs 3335.
The situation has become such that lakhs of people have not even got food in the last few days. North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has admitted for the first time that his country is facing a severe food shortage.
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Because of this there is so much inflation – Kim Jong told a meeting of his party leaders that the agriculture sector has not been able to achieve the target of grain production, because of the floods caused by last year’s storms. This hunger crisis in North Korea has arisen due to the corona virus epidemic. North Korea closed its country’s borders with neighboring countries. Because of this his trade with China decreased.Also Read: 2021 Yamaha FZ-X Bike Launched in India, Here’s Design, Features and Everything
Know the price of coffee Let us tell you that North Korea is dependent on China for food items, fertilizers and fuel. According to media reports, one kg of banana is being available in North Korea for more than $ 45 i.e. 3300 rupees. Whereas, the cost of tea leaves is $ 70 i.e. 5200 rupees and the cost of a cup of packet coffee is more than 100 dollars i.e. 7300 rupees.