Speculation Abounds Over Kim Jong Un’s Health, Misses Key Meeting For Third Time In A Month

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The health of North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un has again come to light, following his alleged disappearance ahead of this week’s massive parade, Fox News reported Monday. According to another report by a South Korean-based outlet NK news, said Kim skipped a Polybuto meeting on Sunday, which is the third time he has done so. The longest time North Korea’s supreme leader remained invisible was in 2014 when he was not seen by the public for 40 days.

By the way, the North Korean capital Pyongyang is expected to hold mass parades this week, but the leader has not been seen in public for a month. The massive parades are scheduled to take place in Pyongyang on Tuesday or Wednesday and will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Korean People’s Army. Whether or not Kim will appear in the show remains to be seen. Kim may use the event to showcase the latest hardware for his growing nuclear weapons and missile program that is raising concerns for the United States and its allies in Asia.

Kim may use the parade to showcase the latest hardware for his growing missile and nuclear weapons program, which is also a growing concern for the US and its allies in Asia, Fox News reported.

The warnings are partly a response to expanding US military exercises with South Korea, which allies say are aimed at countering the evolving threat from the North. North Korea fired more than 70 ballistic missiles in 2022, including possible nuclear-capable weapons. designed to strike targets in South Korea or reach the continental United States.

Last week, North Korea threatened to counter US military moves with the “most overwhelming nuclear force” and condemned US plans to expand its joint exercise with South Korea and deploy more advanced military assets such as bombers and aircraft carriers. in the region.

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