NoKor’s Kim signals more stance with new horse ride

first_imgKim has warned the United States it hasuntil the end of the year to offer more concessions to restart stalleddenuclearization talks or North Korea will pursue an unspecified “new path”.Analysts believe that may include a resumption of intercontinental ballisticmissile launches or nuclear tests. (Reuters) For the second time in two months, Kimvisited North Korea’s sacred Mt Paektu on horseback, this time accompanied bysenior military officers, aimed at instilling a “revolutionary spirit” in thepeople, state news agency KCNA reported. SEOUL – Kim Jong Un mounted a whitehorse again as North Korea announced on Wednesday it will soon convene a raremeeting of the ruling party’s leaders, steps analysts say may signalpreparations for a more confrontational stance with the internationalcommunity.center_img North Korean leader Kim Jong Un rides a horse as he visits battle sites in areas of Mt Paektu, Ryanggang, North Korea, in this undated picture released by North Korea’s Central News Agency on Dec. 4, 2019. KCNA via REUTERSlast_img