Analysts Expect North Korea To Shocase Its Newest Weapons At A Major Military Parade On October 10

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A satellite image shows people assembled in formation near Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang in apparent preparations for a major ruling party parade on October 10

Daily Mail: Is Kim Jong Un about to unveil new weapons? Analysts say flurry of activity at North Korean base suggests big reveal

* North Korean troop formations have been practising for Oct 10 military parade
* Analysts have seen signs of activity at a shipyard used for missile launches
* A top military official in the South said Kim could unveil a submarine weapon

North Korea analysts are watching for signs that Kim Jong-un is set to unveil new weapons or test-fire a submarine-launched missile in the coming weeks.

Formations of troops have been practising for what is expected to be a major military parade in on October 10, the 75th anniversary of the ruling Workers’ Party.

Some observers say North Korea may use the Pyongyang parade to showcase its largest missiles for the first time since 2018.


WNU Editor: It is customary for North Korea to showcase its newest weapons during these parades. But what I am curious about is that these parades bring out tens of thousands of soldiers and spectators. Will there be Covid-19 restrictions? A smaller crowd? Will Kim Jong-un wear a mask?