Does goodness cut? On Sunday, Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, celebrated celebrations in honor of the 70th anniversary of the country's birthday.
However, the whole world wandered into the eyes for a military visit and waited for leader Kim Kong-un to demonstrate ballistic missiles, despite his remarks about denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. At the sharp guard tanks, short-range missiles and other shining military equipment were seen, no the views of all previous exams – intercontinental missiles – were missing.
The leader of the DPRK, in collaboration with the president of South Korea, signed a declaration in April this year that they will cooperate in the complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and lasting peace. That is why many international experts have agreed that if Kim Jong-un shows ballistic missiles, it will be a pure provocation. And not only his southern neighbor, but also the US, because Kim and US President Donald Trump promised to improve relations at the June summit in Singapore. The new direction of Korea, instead of the development of dangerous weapons, is aimed at the development of the economy. This also corresponds to an annual tour, where much of the celebration was dedicated to "the effort of citizens to lift the economy" instead of the presentation of nuclear energy. Months long residents trained on the day of the show to swing artists and squares on Pyongyang Square.
Kim did not have a speech at the party. Kim Jong-nam, chairman of the North Korean parliament, however, took the floor, which also emphasized the economic objectives of the regime, and not nuclear energy. Skeptics, however, wonder how long Kim can handle this behavior and whether he will keep the missiles in the future.