Media: the DPRK was not anti-American rallies on the anniversary of the Korean war

North Korea did not carry out demonstrations against the United States on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean war, reports Yonhap news Agency.

According to the Agency, the DPRK every year in the past carried out mass anti-American rallies in Kim Il sung square in Pyongyang on June 25, but missed the event in 2018 and 2019, after meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN and U.S. President Donald trump in Singapore and Hanoi.

North Korean media, including the official organ of the workers ' party newspaper "Rodong Sinmun" and Central news Agency (KCNA), and this year has not reported any anti-American mass rallies to the start date of the war.

On Thursday, North Korea released a report of the Institute of disarmament and peace Ministry of foreign Affairs, which promised to increase "power to deter the constant nuclear threats from the United States," noting that Washington's policy has become more "aggressive" after the summit, the US-DPRK in Singapore.

The Korean war - armed conflict between the Democratic people's Republic of (North Korea) and the Republic of Korea (South Korea) - began on 25 June 1950 and lasted until 1953. It was conducted with the participation on the side of the DPRK contingent of China and specialists and units of the Soviet air force on the side of South Korea by the armed forces of the United States and of the several States as part of the multinational UN forces. Officially, the war is still not completed.