North Korea opened a new exhibition hall at a major museum in Pyongyang on Monday to commemorate the tenth anniversary of its leader Kim Jong-coming un's to power, according to official news.
According to the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the North displayed images and films highlighting Kim's key "achievements of immortal leadership" since his commitment to build a responsible nuclear weapons state at a Workers' Party conference in May 2016.
Kim stressed during the congress that the North will not deploy nuclear weapons unless its sovereignty is threatened, as per reports.The museum also displayed a letter Kim authored in November 2017 declaring that the country's "state nuclear force" had been completed following the successful test of a new intercontinental ballistic missile.
The North held a national meeting the day before to remember Kim's leadership, according to the KCNA, and he "put the country on the status of a full-fledged military power equipped with an all-powerful physical means of self-defense." Following his father Kim Jong-death il's in December 2011, Kim formally assumed power as the ruling party's first secretary on April 11, 2012.