World: North Korea's Kim opens huge mountain development - - PressFrom - US
  •   
  •   
  •   

World North Korea's Kim opens huge mountain development

06:45  03 december  2019
06:45  03 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

5G: more than 2.6 billion subscriptions worldwide by the end of 2025

  5G: more than 2.6 billion subscriptions worldwide by the end of 2025 Up to 65% of the world's population and some 2.6 billion subscriptions will be covered by 5G by the end of 2025, according to the November 2019 edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report. Also by the end of 2025, 5G is expected to handle 45% of mobile data traffic worldwide, forecasts Ericsson. Up until 2025, the most rapid uptake of 5G will be in North America,where it is predicted that the new technology will account for 74% of mobile subscriptions. Northeast Asia will be placed second with 56%, followed by Europe with 55%.

North Korea has celebrated the completion of leader Kim Jong-un’ s signature construction project, a new city near the sacred mountain where his family claims its roots, with state media on Tuesday calling it the “epitome of modern civilisation”. A massive celebration involving fireworks was held at the

Griffith, 36, travelled to North Korea to deliver a conference speech entitled “Blockchain and Peace” at the DPRK Cryptocurrency Conference. The Block. North Korea ' s Kim opens huge mountain development .

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has opened a flagship construction project close to Mount Paektu, a symbol of the Korean nation and the supposed birthplace of his father and predecessor, state media reported Tuesday.

a view of a city: This photo of North Korea's Samjiyon, taken in September, shows part of the massive construction project opened on Tuesday© Ed JONES This photo of North Korea's Samjiyon, taken in September, shows part of the massive construction project opened on Tuesday

The North has poured huge resources into the rebuilding of Samjiyon, the closest town to the dormant volcano that straddles the border with China.

The project is on a vast scale and includes a museum of revolutionary activities, a winter sports training complex, processing plants for blueberries and potatoes, and 10,000 apartments.

South Korea fires warning shots toward North Korean merchant vessel

  South Korea fires warning shots toward North Korean merchant vessel South Korea fires warning shots toward North Korean merchant vesselThe vessel was detected crossing the inter-Korean maritime frontier at around 6:40 a.m. (2140 GMT Tuesday) near a South Korean border island off the west coast, the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said.

North Korea , officially the Democratic People' s Republic of Korea (DPRK or DPR Korea ; Korean : 조선민주주의인민공화국, Chosŏn Minjujuŭi Inmin Konghwaguk)

North Korea says Kim ’ s grandfather and father, Kim Jong Il, were born at Mount Paektu, a centerpiece of the North ’ s idolization and propaganda Kim Jong Un, too, has visited the mountain around major developments in North Korea , such as before he executed top officials including his

Kim is closely associated with the scheme and has visited the area several times, reportedly riding a white horse to the mountain's summit in October.

Kim had "worked heart and soul to turn Samjiyon County, the sacred place of the revolution, into the utopia town under socialism", the North's official KCNA news agency said.

The North is subject to multiple sets of international sanctions imposed over its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes and KCNA portrayed Samjiyon as a demonstration of resilience.

The Korean people were, it said, "advancing along the straight road chosen by themselves without any vacillation despite the worst trials".

The opening comes with nuclear negotiations with the US deadlocked since the Hanoi summit broke up in February.

North Korea Appears to Have Fired Missile, Japan Says

  North Korea Appears to Have Fired Missile, Japan Says North Korea appears to have fired off at least one missile on Thursday, Japan’s Coast Guard said, without providing further information. © Eric Lafforgue/Art In All Of Us/Corbis via Getty Images PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA - APRIL 24: North Korean flag in the city, Pyongan Province, Pyongyang, North Korea on April 24, 2010 in Pyongyang, North Korea. (Photo by Eric Lafforgue/Art In All Of Us/Corbis via Getty Images) North Korea has tested a series of a ballistic missiles since May, with the last barrage being fired in late October.

The Kim dynasty, referred to in North Korea as the Mount Paektu Bloodline, is a three-generation lineage of North Korean leadership descended from the country' s first leader, Kim Il-sung.

Leader lauds scientists and technicians at a lavish event, praising the country’ s largest test as a ‘great auspicious event in national history’.

a view of a city with a mountain in the background: Taken in September, this photo shows the vast Samjiyon site with Mount Paektu, a symbol of the North Korean nation in the background© Ed JONES Taken in September, this photo shows the vast Samjiyon site with Mount Paektu, a symbol of the North Korean nation in the background

Pyongyang has set Washington an end-of-year deadline to offer it new concessions, and has issued a series of increasingly assertive comments in recent weeks as time runs out.

KCNA released a a picture of Kim -- in a black leather trenchcoat and surrounded by fur-hatted officials -- cutting a red ribbon at an inaugural ceremony, with a statue of his father Kim Jong Il in the background.

According to North Korean propaganda the elder Kim was born at the nearby Mount Paektu Secret Camp where his own father Kim Il Sung was fighting the Japanese -- although independent historians and Soviet records say he was actually born in Russia, where the North's founder was in exile.

The official story plays a central role in Pyongyang's teachings about the Kim family, who have led the country for three generations, and every year 100,000 students and workers or more are taken on study trips to the area.

The scale of the Samjiyon project is immense: thousands of workers swarmed over the site during construction, AFP saw, many of them soldiers. Much of the North's army is devoted to construction.

Students have been sent to work on the scheme during university holidays, KCNA reported previously, while diplomats say children have also been deployed.

North Korea's U.N. envoy says denuclearization off negotiating table with United States .
North Korea's U.N. envoy says denuclearization off negotiating table with United StatesAmbassador Kim Song's comment appeared to go further than North Korea's earlier warning that discussions related to its nuclear weapons program, the central focus of U.S. engagement with North Korea in the past two years, might have to be taken off the table given Washington's refusal to offer concessions.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 0
This is interesting!