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First military parade with no ballistic missiles take place in Pyongyang

The leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un was present at the parade but went without a speech to the nation
12:39, 9 September 2018

A military parade on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the North Korea foundation took place in Pyongyang on September 9, as Reuters report 

Ten thousand of servicemen and dozens of civilians were involved in the celebration.  

The samples of heavy military equipment of DPRK were demonstrated in the parade, although, intercontinental and short-range and medium-range ballistic missiles were not involved. 

Related: Special Representative of South Korea to go to DPRK to prepare summit of two leaders

Doctors and engineers constituted almost the half of the participants of the parade.  

The leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un was present at the parade but went without a speech to the nation. Head of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK Kim Yong-nam gave a speech instead of him. 

It is noted that the absence of the accent on the missile and nuclear power in the parade in Pyongyang is connected with the betterment of the relations between DPRK and the USA. 

Related: U.S. introduces sanctions against Russian company for cooperation with DPRK

Yet the tickets for the parade in Pyongyang ranged from $100 to $800.  

As we reported, the leaders of the US Donald Trump and DPRK Kim Jong-un have signed the joint document on the results of the talks on June 12 in Singapore. Among the four main points of the signed document are the establishment of the “new relations” between the U.S. and DPRK, and the agreement on continuing the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. 

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