BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:45 A.M.) – The Kingdom of Jordan is cutting all diplomatic ties with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), the official Gazette stated on Friday.

According to the Gazette, a royal decree was issued and later approved by King ‘Abdullah’s cabinet this week.

The North Korean ambassador to Jordan currently resides in Damascus and will no longer have access to the Hashemite Kingdom.

No reason was cited for Jordan’s decision to cut diplomatic ties.

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Hilarious! DPRK will lose so much money now, they will have to reconsider their nuclear program. They never thought Jordan will use that leverage on them. I say DPRK is doomed now. They didn’t see this coming.