Security gates upgraded at North Korean central government compound: imagery
Upgrades and more minor work around compound follow construction on Kim Jong Un’s office and new adjacent building
The security perimeter around North Korea’s central government compound in Pyongyang has been stepped up once again, NK Pro analysis of recent satellite imagery reveals, following other major securitization measures focused on the area in the last year.
Two outer security gates on roads leading into the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) compound were upgraded to hardened booths in April, the imagery shows — coinciding with new construction on Kim Jong Un’s main “office” and a new large building next door.
In addition to the new security booths, new minor upgrades also appeared since