North Korea leader Kim reviews agenda for Congress in early January
North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un has reviewed the agenda for an important ruling party congress set for early next month.
The Workers' Party Congress is the first in five years. It is intended to set new political and economic priorities, reshuffle top officials and review past projects.
The North's official Korean Central News Agency said that Kim and other top officials held a Politburo meeting to study and discuss important issues to be referred to the party congress.
North Korea could also lay out a new stance on the United States and South Korea as President-elect Joe Biden is to be inaugurated later in January. (PTI)
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