Rodong Sinmun, the #DPRK ’s official newspaper of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea, said in a commentary on Tuesday that the country fully supports China’s move to safeguard its territorial integrity and criticized Western forces for interfering in #HongKong affairs.
This pose of Kim and Xi holding hands seems popular on this visit, going by the number of its appearances in Rodong Sinmun, North Korea's main newspaper. It dedicated eight of its 10 pages (it's usually only six pages long) today to Xi's arrival and activities
President #XiJinping called for new development of #China - #DPRK relations in a new era in a signed article on DPRK's mainstream media including the official newspaper Rodong Sinmun, one day before the state visit to the DPRK (file pic)
#breaking First look at North Korea’s leading newspaper Rodong Sinmun, mouthpiece of the ruling Worker’s Party. It features three pages of color photos of the Trump/Kim summit & headlines heralding a “new history.” But, as expected, state media downplays denuclearization.
Kim Jong Un was right next door to our hotel yesterday, inspecting a new beachfront resort complex under construction. It was the lead story in Friday’s Rodong Sinmun. We had to stay inside and not look outside for more than three hours. But we did spot his plane taking off.
Extraordinary: The front page of North Korea's main newspaper, the Rodong Sinmun, has Kim Jong Un shaking hands with a former military man/spy chief; appreciating Trump's "deep interest" in dialogue; and hoping to see Pompeo again. KJU is personally invested in this process.
North Korea's Rodong Sinmun devoted four pages to the inter-Korean summit today under the headline: "Historic summit opens new history of national reconciliation, peace and prosperity." It even mentions denuclearization (briefly, and not prominently, but still)
The front page of North Korea's Rodong Sinmun on Saturday showed Kim Jong Un's sister heading South, page 2 showed her and Kim Yong Nam at the Olympics, with SKorean president Moon. conspicuously absent: Mike Pence