Once the Malaysian government releases the results of its investigation, the U.N. Security Council and state parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention should take up the case as a "high priority agenda", Yun said. States that have ratified the chemical weapons ban could invoke the treaty and "take collective measures", he added. "It could take the form of suspension of North Korea's rights and privileges as a U.N. member," he said. 'REALITY TV PRANK' Malaysia's investigation into the killing has sparked diplomatic tension with North Korea, and on Tuesday a high- ranking delegation arrived in Kuala Lumpur from Pyongyang in a bid to ครีมหน้าใส smooth ties. North Korea's official media has made no mention of Kim Jong Nam, who had been living in exile, under Beijing's protection, in the Chinese territory of Macau, and had criticised the regime of his family and his half-brother, Kim Jong Un. But a report last week from the North's KCNA state news agency blamed Malaysia for the death of one of its citizens there. Security camera footage, which has been broadcast in the media, showed two women assaulting Kim Jong Nam in the departure hall of Kuala Lumpur International Airport. He ครีมหน้าเงา ราคา died within 20 minutes. Both of the women arrested have told diplomats from their countries that they had been paid to take part in what they believed was a prank for a reality ครีมหน้าเงา ผิวมัน television show.