North Korea is expected to showcase its military power and unveil powerful new missiles during a major holiday this weekend to celebrate the 75th anniversary of its ruling party’s founding.
South Korean Defense Minister Suh Wook said that North Korea is expected to unveil unspecified “strategic weapons” during a military parade marking the Oct. 10 anniversary.
Speculation has risen that the leader of the country, Kim Jong-un may hold a massive military parade and unveil newly developed, powerful missiles. The goal would be drawing USA’s attention, expert say.
The weekend’s events come just weeks before the presidential election in the United States
International observers are closely watching the celebrations, eager to see what messages Kim Jong-Un will send to foreign audiences, especially to US President Donald Trump.