On June 24, the North Korean media reported that Kim Jong Un
presided over a preliminary meeting for the fifth meeting of the
Seventh Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK).
On June 22, the North Korean media reported that Premier Kim Jae
Ryong gave field guidance at the Hungnam Fertilizer Complex, the
February 8 Vinalon Complex, the Hamhung Branch of the State Academy of
Sciences, the Ryongsong Machine Complex, and the Kumya Youth Coal Mine.
On June 22, the North Korean media called on the people to create
and build more through a campaign of increased production and saving.
On June 25, the North Korean media underscored the Spirit of
Defending Fatherland on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the
On June 21, the North Korean media reported that a spokesperson for
the United Front Department of the WPK Central Committee, in a
statement, said that there is no change in the plan to scatter
leaflets against the South.
On June 21, the North Korean media denounced the South for
expressing regret over the demolition of the inter-Korean joint
On June 22, the North Korean media reported that the North is
preparing for the largest-ever distribution of leaflets against the enemy.
On June 24, the North Korean media reported that Kim Yong Chol, vice
chairman of the Central Committee of the WPK, condemned the remarks by
the ROK defense minister.
On June 20, the North Korean media underscored the friendship
between North Korea and China on the occasion of the first anniversary
of the summit between Pyeongyang and Beijing.
On June 22, the North Korean media reported that a spokesman for the
Association of Korean Victims of Forcible Drafting and Their Bereaved
Families called on Japan to reflect on its past wrongdoings and render
compensation regarding the exhibition of the Hashima Coal Mine.
On June 25, the North Korean media reported that in a research
report marking the 70th anniversary of the Korean War, the Institute
for Disarmament and Peace under the Foreign Ministry said that the
US’s policy on North Korea hasn’t changed.