Ten offenders must have broken into at north korea's embassy in Madrid, Spain, at the end of February. Staff were detained and beaten during the event. In addition, the stole, the group of documents and computers. At least two of the perpetrators have connections to the american intelligence agency (CIA).
Seven of the ten suspects have been identified and called for internationally. The Spanish court which is investigating the case, writing in a document that the individuals are members of a group who are fighting for ”north korea's liberation”.
should have raised the issue with the CIA denied involvement in the incident, according to El País. The magazine also points out that the burglary took place five days before the Donald Trumps second summit with the north Korean leader Kim-Jong Un.
In almost a month it has been quiet from the north Korean press about the incident. But Sunday was the first official commentary – where the burglary is described as a violation of international law.
in and occupation of a diplomatic mission is a serious violation of us sovereignty and a flagrant violation of international law, and this type of act should never be tolerated anywhere in the world”, said the country's utrikeministerium to the government news agency KCNA.
Utrikeministeriet also says that it expects that the Spanish authorities carry out a prudent investigation of the incident.
north Korean rebel group taking on a raid against the embassy in Madrid