Look  Kim Jong Un cries while telling North Korean women to have more children

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Look Kim Jong Un cries while telling North Korean women to have more children – Gudstory

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Kim Jong Un has been filmed crying while appealing to North Korean women to have more children. The birth rate in North Korea is declining, so Kim has asked women to produce more children to ‘strengthen national power’.

In a video, the supreme leader covered his eyes with a white handkerchief while making an appeal during an event for mothers in Pyongyang.

According to media reports, he said, ‘Stopping the decline in the birth rate and providing good care and education to children are all our family matters which we should solve together with our mothers.’

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The average number of children born to a mother in North Korea is set to reach 1.8 by 2023, according to UN data, amid a widespread decline in births in recent decades.

This figure is higher than that of North Korea’s neighbors, where a declining trend is also being seen.

South Korea’s fertility rate is one of the lowest in the developed world. The main reasons for this are the competitive school market, poor child care, male-centric corporate culture, etc.

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In the 1970–80s, North Korea implemented birth control programs to slow post-war population growth.

However, the population in the region began to decline after a famine in the mid-1990s in which hundreds of thousands of people were estimated to have died.

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To tackle the low birth rate, North Korea introduced a set of benefits for families with three or more children, including preferential free housing, state subsidies, free food, medicine and household goods, and educational facilities for children this year. Are included. , Metro informed of.

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Citing a Hyundai Institute report, the UK daily said North Korea’s population is expected to decline from 2034 and is estimated to drop to 23.7 million by 2070.

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Published: 06 Dec 2023, 08:03 am IST


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