The World Organization for Animal Health has reportedly urged North Korea to submit an official report on the status of its African swine fever outbreak.
According to Voice of America, the organization is working to gather more information as the outbreak is worsening in neighboring countries.
The report claims Pyeongyang has not provided any updates to the organization since its first outbreak in May.
It also highlighted the need for cooperative quarantine measures from the two Koreas in order to contain the virus.
So far, 12 dead wild boars found dead near the border have tested positive for the disease.