North Korea leader orders high-intensity military drills

North Korea leader orders high-intensity military drills

PanARMENIAN.Net - North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ordered high-intensity military drills to be performed after visiting one of North Korea’s military units, RT said.

According to local media reports, this is how the supreme leader plans to increase the country’s military readiness and better prepare it for possible incidents in the Yellow Sea and the Sea of Japan.

The leader has noted the importance of continuing to raise military morale and further cementing the political ideology within the armed forces. This was after visiting the Ryo-do Island, which Kim was happy to admit was an “unassailable fortress capable of withstanding any attack by the enemy.”

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