State media review: Kim Jong Un ramps up personality cult with new mosaic mural
An in-depth analysis of hagiographic artwork, new documentary on Kim’s Russia trip and legal changes to fix food issues
North Korea unveiled a new mosaic mural of leader Kim Jong Un walking arm in arm with orphans and the descendants of war heroes this week, according to state media, the latest sign of a growing campaign to develop the leader’s cult of personality.
State television aired a new documentary on Kim’s visit to Russia to meet counterpart Vladimir Putin, building him up as a globally respected leader whose historic trip developed Pyongyang-Moscow ties to new heights.
And a DPRK legislative body met to discuss changes to the country’s agricultural laws, in
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