Despite tension with U.S., all calm in North Korean capital: sources
Multiple sources report life in Pyongyang remains normal
Life in Pyongyang remains normal, multiple sources told NK Pro since Monday, despite ongoing tensions between North Korea and the United States.
Notably, two diplomatic sources told NK Pro on condition of anonymity that government hosts had not issued embassies in Pyongyang with instructions to prepare for evacuation, as had been the case in Spring 2013 during a similar round of high tensions.
Nor has NK Pro received reports of traffic restrictions within the capital or sightings of camouflaged vehicles, as had also been the case during the Spring 2013 tensions.
Another diplomatic source told
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