In North Korea, mass evacuation drills are taking place in order to "prepare for war," the Daily Mail reports.
It is noted that the exercises are being conducted in small towns and villages. In Pyongyang, there were no evacuations.
It is also alleged that, within the framework of the drills, a blackout was worked out - switching off lights in cities at night to avoid attracting enemy aircraft.
Earlier, North Korean hackers allegedly intercepted secret documents of the United States and South Korea, which contained a plan to assassinate Kim Jong Un in the event of war.
We recall that on October 16, the European Union extended sanctions against the DPRK in connection with the development of Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs. The new sanctions affect three officials and six organizations.