"We're hopeful that we can get something sorted today and get the production up and running in the next few days," British Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said.
Released by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the report stated that North Korea is expected to produce a "near-average level" of food crop, which is around 5.6 million tons.
Kim Jong-un recently admitted the food situation in North Korea is "getting tense" as imports from China have dropped 90 percent.
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It is estimated that a billion new trees will need to be planted to meet the rising demand.
"This is a new phenomenon because it's something that we never had in this country: crimes committed because of hunger."
The Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST) was founded by evangelical Christians and opened in 2010, with students generally the children of the country's elite.
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