Sunday, September 24

Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, abandons his position and requests for military preparations.

According to the report, Kim Jong Un set a goal of increasing weapons production capacity.

On Thursday, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reprimanded the military’s top general and called for more preparations for potential war, an increase in weapons production, and a wider scope for military exercises, according to state media KCNA.

The report stated that Kim made the comments during a Central Military Commission meeting on countermeasures to deter North Korea’s enemies, which it did not name.

KCNA reported that General Ri Yong Gil was appointed to take over from the military’s top general, chief of the General Staff Pak Su Il, without providing any further information. It was uncertain if Ri would remain in his position as defence minister.

The report stated that Kim set a target for expanding weapons production capacity, but did not provide any specifics. He recently visited weapons factories and requested more missile engines, artillery, and other weapons to be produced.

In photos released by KCNA, Kim was captured looking at Seoul and the surrounding area on a map.

North Korea has been accused by the United States of providing Russia with weapons such as artillery, rockets, and missiles to fight the war in Ukraine, but both countries have denied these allegations.

According to the report, Kim urged the military to conduct exercises with the latest weapons and equipment to ensure the readiness of the country’s troops for combat.

On Sept. 9, North Korea will celebrate the Day of the Foundation of its Nation with a parade of militias, which is supported by various paramilitary organizations that use their military forces.

The North views the ongoing military drills between Aug. 21 and 24 as a potential threat to South Korea’s security, which are being conducted by the U.S. and its allies.

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