North Korea Population North Korea’s dictatorial ruler Kim Jong is worried about his country’s declining population. The country’s declining population has troubled Kim so much that he was seen crying in a public event. In this program, Kim Jong is requesting North Korean women to have as many children as possible.
North Korea’s dictatorial ruler Kim Jong is worried about his country’s declining population. The country’s declining population has troubled Kim so much that he was seen crying in a public event. In this program, Kim Jong is requesting North Korean women to have as many children as possible.
Kim Jong, known worldwide for his strange decisions, called on people to make efforts to deal with North Korea’s falling birth rate. The video of Kim crying has gone viral on social media, in which he is wiping his tears with his head down.
NEW: North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un starts crying as he begs North Koreans to have more babies.— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) December 5, 2023
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The incident happened at the National Mothers Meeting hosted by the dictator who started dabbing his eyes in an effort to get… pic.twitter.com/F8xg0dZ05J
It is our domestic responsibility to stop the decline in the birth rate – Kim Jong
News agency Reuters quoted Kim as saying, “Stopping the decline in the birth rate and taking good care of children is the domestic responsibility of all of us, we have to handle it together with our mothers.” The agency has reported that Kim Jong said these things at the National Mother’s Meeting organized for women in the capital Pyongyang.
When I have problems, I always think about my mother – Kim
Kim Jong Un expressed his gratitude to women for bolstering the nation’s power during this. He went on to say, “Mothers come to mind every time I encounter a challenge at work or in my political career.”
North Korea’s fertility rate amid decline to 1.8
According to the United Nations, North Korea’s fertility rate stood at 1.8 amid a decline in the birth rate during recent decades. However, this fertility rate is higher than that of some of North Korea’s neighboring countries. At the same time, the fertility rate in South Korea fell to a record low of 0.78 last year, while the fertility rate in Japan has also fallen to 1.26.
South Korea promoting matchmaking programs
South Korea is also facing a shortage of pediatricians, reports claim, while a South Korean city is promoting matchmaking programs to increase the birth rate in the country.