North Korea State Television Broadcasts Military Parade 75 Years After The Korean Labor Party Was Founded

North Korea State Television Broadcasts Military Parade 75 Years After The Korean Labor Party Was Founded October 10 at 8:48 PM

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North Korea’s state television broadcast a military parade that was held in conjunction with the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Workers’ Party of Korea. Speaking ahead of the military parade, Kim Jong-un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea, said he would “continue to strengthen the self-defense war deterrent,” but avoided controlling the U.S. by name.

North Korea’s state-run Korean Central Television broadcast the 75-year-old military parade of the Korean Labor Party at Kim Il-sung Square in central Pyongyang on the evening of October 10.

In a speech by the chairman of the Korean Labor Party, Kim Jong-un, ahead of the military parade, said he was “thankful that the people are healthy without a victim” of the new coronavirus, claiming that no one was infected in North Korea.

He also praised the people for the fact that typhoons landed one after another from August to last month, saying that they were “carrying out great duties in the fight against nature.”

On the other hand, Chairman Kim said, “We will continue to strengthen our self-defense war deterrence,” but he avoided controlling the war by referring to the United States by name.

State television is broadcasting a military parade after Chairman Kim’s speech.

It is the first time since September that North Korea has held a military parade.

North Korea has introduced ICBM-intercontinental ballistic missile-class missiles that claim to be capable of attacking the entire U.S. mainland in past military parades, and the focus is on whether ICBM-class missiles will appear in this military parade.