North Korea has announced that it will hold a Supreme People's Assembly consisting of representatives from various regions on January 17 next year.
It is expected that next year's budget will be discussed, and the focus will be on what kind of policy will be put forward in the military field, including nuclear and missile development.
The Supreme People's Assembly meets once or twice a year to decide on matters such as the national budget, revision of laws, and personnel affairs of state institutions. Adopted.
According to the Korean Workers' Party organ newspaper "Rodong Shimbun" dated 7th, the Supreme People's Assembly will be held on January 17th next year.
General Secretary Kim Jong-un has emphasized that next year, which marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the country and the 70th anniversary of the conclusion of the Korean War Armistice Agreement, which is positioned as Victory Day, will be a "historic year."
At the conference, issues such as the country's next year's agenda and the national budget will be on the agenda, so the focus will be on what kind of policy will be formulated in the military field, including nuclear and missile development.
On the other hand, the conference will also adopt the "Pyongyang Cultural Language Protection Law", and the South Korean news agency, Yonhap News, reports that it is moving to crack down on the influx of foreign culture even more severely.