North Korea names new army vice marshal
Seoul: North Korea has known as a new military vice marshal, state press said Wednesday, as part of a reshuffle obviously targeted at tensing young head Kim Jong-un’s keep on the communist state’s highly effective military.
Hyon Yong-chol, a expert area head, is now one of four people in the Northern to keep the position of vice marshal of the Japanese Individuals’ Army, and experts say he is likely to become head of the 1.2-million-strong military.
Ri Yong-ho, the primary of the common employees, was treated of all his content on Weekend due to “illness” in the midst of extensive concern over the formal reason given for his leaving.
“A choice on giving the name was made by the Main Military Commission payment of the Workers’ Celebration of The North Korean and the Nationwide Protection Commission payment of (North Korea) on Thursday,” Pyongyang’s formal Japanese Main Information Organization (KCNA) said.