State media review: North Korea scoffs at ‘bravado’ of Seoul military parade
An in-depth analysis of parade criticism, a new book on ‘puppet’ South Korea, China national day celebrations and more
North Korean propaganda outlets mocked Seoul’s first military parade in 10 years as an “ill-advised” show of bravado, while focusing more on President Yoon Suk-yeol’s speech than on the military assets put on display.
A Pyongyang publishing house issued a booklet on the U.S.-ROK alliance ahead of the 70th anniversary of the Mutual Defense Treaty, deriding Seoul for being “submissive” toward Washington.
The DPRK commemorated the foundation day of its closest ally China, as Beijing’s embassy and pro-China organization held banquets in Pyongyang.
Meanwhile, the state organized a workshop
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