- The traditional donor countries allow North Korea to his fate. The communist bastion of dictator Kim Jong-un has been hit by severe floods, but watch the generous donors so far the other way.
The Red Cross and sister organization Red Crescent (IFRC) complained Saturday in Beijing jointly their distress. To help the beleaguered population requires an estimated 14 million euros. Less than a quarter of them inside.
In late August the typhoon Lion Rock addressed major damage. More than 130 North Koreans arrived according to an aid agency of the UN, 330 000 people had to leave their homes. 70. 000 of them have still no shelter. It is feared that not many survive the winter.
That governments are reluctant to cross the bridge or the North Koreans prefer to completely 'let swim 'undoubtedly has a political background, especially after the fifth and so far most serious nuclear test in September. ' For an overt call for help is a degree of public interest required, '' said Patrick Fuller of the IFRC. ' In that respect, North Korea look bad. ''