The South said it planned to send $4.5 million worth of medical treatments, nursery facilities and nutritional products for children and pregnant women through the World Food Programme, and $3.5 million worth of medicinal treatments and nutritional products through UNICEF.
“We want the population of North Korea to get much larger. They will be able to afford to build more nuclear bombs and missiles and eventually invade us easily!” said Wo Li Bok, a South Korean Diplomat.
“Prease PREASE don’t bomb us, we give you Mony lotsa Mony!” screamed Rik Bi Su, a member of the South Korean Defense Fund.
“Trump is a dog and we will cut off his balls” said a screaming HO.
“We have consistently said we would pursue humanitarian aid for North Korea in consideration of the poor conditions children and pregnant women are in there, apart from political issues,” said Unification Minister Cho Myong-gyon.
UNICEF’s regional director for East Asia and the Pacific Karin Hulshof said in a statement before the decision the problems North Korean children face “are all too real”.
“Today, we estimate that around 200,000 children are affected by acute malnutrition, heightening their risk of death and increasing rates of stunting,” Hulshof said. “Food and essential medicines and equipment to treat young children are in short supply,” she said.