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Nordkorea Internationale Ländervorwahlen: +850

LandFlagVorwahl
1China+86
2Indien+91
3Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika+1
4Indonesien+62
5Brasilien+55
6Pakistan+92
7Nigeria+234
8Bangladesh+880
9Russland+7
10Japan+81
11Mexiko+52
12Philippinen+63
13Vietnam+84
14Ethiopien+251
15Ägypten+20
16Deutschland+49
17Türkei+90
18Iran+98
19Demokratische Republik Kongo+243
20Thailand+66
21Frankreich+33
22Großbritannien+44
23Italien+39
24Burma+95
25Südkorea+82
26Südafrika+27
27Kolumbien+57
28Spanien+34
29Ukraine+380
30Tanzania+2552
31Kenia+254
32Argentinien+54
33Polen+48
34Algerien+213
35Uganda+2561
36Kanada+1
37Marokko+212
38Irak+964
39Sudan+249
40Afghanistan+93
41Uzbekistan+998
42Peru+51
43Nepal+977
44Venezuela+58
45Saudi Arabien+966
46Malaysia+60
47Jemen+967
48Ghana+233
49Nordkorea+850
50Mosambik+258
51Taiwan+886
52Australien+61
53Syrien+9632
54Madagaskar+2612
55Elfenbeinküste+225
56Sri Lanka+94
57Kamerun+237
58Rumänien+40
59Angola+244
60Chile+56
61Niederlande+31, +297, +599, +1721
62Kasachstan+7677
63Niger+227
64Burkina Faso+226
65Ecuador+593
66Malawi+265
67Mali+223
68Guatemala+502
69Sambia+260
70Senegal+221
71Simbabwe+263
72Ruanda+250
73Griechenland+30
74Kuba+53
75Belgien+32
76Bolivien+591
77Tunesien+216
78Portugal+351
79Tschechische Republik+420
80Somalia+252
81Guinea+224
82Ungarn+36
83Haiti+
84Benin+229
85Schweden+46
86Weißrussland+375
87Dominikanische Republik+1809, +1829, +1849
88Aserbaidschan+994
89Burundi+257
90Österreich+43
91Vereinigte Arabische Emirate+971
92Südsudan+211
93Honduras+504
94Schweiz+41
95Israel+972
96Tajikistan+992
97Bulgarien+359
98Serbien+381
99Togo+228
100Jordanien+962
101Laos+856
102Paraguay+595
103Papua Neu Guinea+675
104El Salvador+5031
105Nicaragua+505
106Eritrea+291
107Libyen+218
108Kirgisistan+996
109Dänemark+45
110Sierra Leone+232
111Slowakei+4214
112Finnland+358
113Singapur+
114Turkmenistan+993
115Norwegen+47
116Irland+353
117Georgien+995
118Neuseeland+64
119Zentralafrikanische Republik+236
120Costa Rica+506
121Libanon+961
122Bosnien und Herzegowina+387
123Liberia+231
124Kuwait+965
125Moldawien+373
126Panama+507
127Uruguay+598
128Armenien+374
129Litauen+370
130Mauretanien+222
131Albanien+355
132Oman+968
133Mongolei+976
134Lettland+371
135Namibia+264
136Lesotho+266
137Slovenien+386
138Mazedonien+389
139Botswana+267
140Qatar+974
141Guinea-Bissau+245
142Gabon+241
143Estland+372
144Mauritius+230
145Bahrain+973
146Trinidad und Tobago+1868
147Swaziland+268
148Zypern+357
149Dschibuti+253
150Fiji+679
151Guyana+592
152Bhutan+975
153Montenegro+382
154Kap Verde+238
155Surinam+597
156Salomonen+677
157Luxemburg+352
158Malta+356
159Brunei+673
160Belize+501
161Malediven+960
162Island+354
163Vanuatu+678
164Samoa+685
165São Tomé und Príncipe+239
166St. Lucia+1758
167St. Vincent und die Grenadinen+1784
168Mikronesien+691
169Kiribati+686
170Tonga+676676
171Andorra+376
172Seychellen+248
173Antigua und Barbuda+1268
174Dominica+1767
175Marshallinseln+692
176St. Kitts und Nevis+1869
177Monaco+377
178Liechtenstein+423
179San Marino+378
180Palau+680
181Anguilla+1264
182Tuvalu+688
183Nauru+674
184Vatikanstadt+3793793906698

Nordkorea


The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (조선민주주의인민공화국), abbreviated to DPRK or PRK, and commonly referred to as North Korea, is a country in East Asia, located in the northern half of the Korean Peninsula. Its capital is Pyongyang, the country's largest city by both land area and population. The Korean Demilitarized Zone serves as the boundary between North Korea and South Korea. The Amnok River and the Tumen River together form the international border between North Korea and the People's Republic of China. A small section of the Tumen River is also located along the border between North Korea and the Russian Federation, technically following the river's thalweg.

The Korean peninsula was governed by the Korean Empire from the late 19th century to the early 20th century, until it was annexed by the Empire of Japan in 1910. Following the surrender of Japan at the end of World War II, Japanese rule was brought to an end. The Korean peninsula was divided into two occupied zones in 1945, with the northern half of the peninsula occupied by the Soviet Union and the southern half by the United States.

A United Nations–supervised election held in 1948 led to the creation of separate Korean governments for the two occupation zones, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in the north, and the Republic of Korea in the south. North Korea and South Korea claim sovereignty over the entire Korean peninsula, which led to the start of the Korean War in 1950. An armistice in 1953 committed both to a cease-fire, however, the two countries remain officially at war, since a formal peace treaty was never signed. Both states were accepted into the United Nations in 1991.

North Korea is a single-party state under a united front led by the Korean Workers' Party (KWP). The country's government follows the Juche ideology of self-reliance, initiated by the country's first President, Kim Il-sung. After his death, Kim Il-sung was declared the country's Eternal President. Juche became the official state ideology, replacing Marxism-Leninism, when the country adopted a new constitution in 1972. With the dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991, North Korea lost a major trading partner and strategic ally. Combined with a series of natural disasters, this led to the North Korean famine, which lasted from 1994 to 1998 and killed an estimated 800,000 to 3,500,000 people.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il adopted Songun, or "military-first" policy in order to strengthen the country and its government. In 2009, references to Communism were systematically removed from the country's constitution and legal documents altogether.

Many outside organizations describe North Korea as a totalitarian, Stalinist dictatorship with an elaborate cult of personality around the Kim family and one of the lowest-ranking human rights records of any country, though the North Korean government denies this. As a result of its isolation and authoritarian rule, it has sometimes been labelled the “Hermit kingdom”, a name once given to its predecessor, the Korean Empire. In 2011 North Korea had the lowest Democracy Index of any nation on earth. North Korea is one of the world's most militarized countries, with a total of 9,495,000 active, reserve, and paramilitary personnel. It is a nuclear-weapons state and has an active space program.
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