The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is more likely to face a brand new problem in January when Joe Biden is sworn in as US president. The Democratic president-elect has promised to take a harder stance towards Pyongyang than outgoing US President Donald Trump.
During a Tuesday assembly of the Political Bureau of the Workers Party of Korea (WPK) presided over by social gathering chairman Kim Jong Un, the management physique determined to carry its first social gathering congress in 4 years.
At the assembly, the Political Bureau additionally mentioned the assorted achievements made in the “80-day campaign,” an enormous, nationwide effort introduced in October to assist the nation recuperate from some of the pure disasters it had suffered throughout 2020, together with catastrophic flooding introduced by a number of typhoons.
According to Seoul-based Yonhap News Agency, the congress would be the social gathering’s first in 4 years and is more likely to yield up to date financial and international coverage plans for the nation.
However, Biden’s inauguration subsequent month might current one other new downside for Pyongyang, as he has promised to deviate from Trump’s coverage of negotiation since 2019. After a stormy show of navy chest-beating early in his presidency, Trump later held three peace summits with Kim and have become the primary sitting US president to enter the DPRK when he briefly crossed the intra-Korean border contained in the DMZ with Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae In.