North Korean leader Kim Jong-un promoted two of his closest military advisers to the country’s highest military rank, signaling an intent to keep strategic weapons development at the center of his security agenda.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is not ruling by proxy, as suggested by South Korea’s spy agency, but is governing the country through his cabinet, according to a Western diplomatic source based in Beijing.
North Korea will hold a plenary meeting of its ruling Workers’ Party Central Committee on Wednesday to decide on “an issue of crucial significance” about the party’s “fighting efficiency,” state media reported Wednesday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un presided over a Central Military Commission (CMC) meeting to discuss bolstering the country’s war deterrent, according to state media on Sunday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un paid tribute to his grandfather and regime founder Kim Il Sung at his mausoleum, state media reported Wednesday, as U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun visits South Korea.