Pyongyang citizens busy preparing for upcoming military parade, holiday: Imagery
Satellite imagery also reveals fresh preparations to open elite housing project ahead of April 15 celebrations
Ordinary North Koreans have been out in numbers around Pyongyang this week conducting mandatory practices for a civilian component of an upcoming military parade, NK Pro analysis of recent satellite imagery suggests, as the country prepares for celebratory events on and before a major holiday on April 15.
The imagery also shows soldiers continuing large-scale training for the parade at a military base and workers putting the finishing touches on a new housing project for elites in the city center.
North Korea is expected to hold a military parade on April 15, the 110th birthday of late
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