The DPRK Parliament approves amendments to the Constitution that include a reference to the nuclear status of the state in the text of the Basic Law.
According to Ukrinform, Reuters reports this with reference to local media.
"During a two-day meeting, the Supreme People's Assembly of North Korea unanimously approved the revision of the constitution, adding to the text that North Korea is "developing nuclear weapons to guarantee" its "right to exist" and "deter war," the article says.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un emphasized that "the DPRK's nuclear weapons policy has been granted permanent status as a fundamental law with which no one is allowed to flirt."
Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 28/09/2023