State media review: North Korea faults ‘puppets’ for collapse of military deal
An in-depth analysis of the CMA blame game, no-choice elections, praise for DPRK’s new satellite and more
North Korea’s official news agency slammed South Korea for engaging in military cooperation with the U.S. on Thursday, holding Seoul responsible for the breakdown of a 2018 inter-Korean military agreement that has seen both sides move to boost military activities. along their share border.
State media devoted significant coverage to local elections that took place on Sunday and aired interviews with citizens who boasted they live in the world’s most democratic country, even though only one candidate ran in each district.
North Koreans celebrated the successful launch of the country’s new military
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