The remarks represent Kim's first timeline for dismantling North Korea's nuclear weapons programme.
Michael Spavor, a Canadian business consultant who heads Paektu Cultural Exchange, said he is working with the North Korean government to bring about 25 Chinese investors and entrepreneurs to tour potential projects in Pyongyang, Wonsan and Nampho.
"Kim also made it clear that he needs some kind of proof Trump has abandoned the U.S.'s hostile policy before moving toward denuclearisation".
For months, North Korea has been preparing a massive display of national unity and military might to mark the 70th anniversary of the country's founding.
Less than a month after the war ended with an armistice in July 1953, Kim staged another military parade on the liberation anniversary. These parades happened at the square in Pyongyang named after him.
The colourful displays are likely to be striking but the United Nations has in the past said that children are forced to take part, or to help in the build-up. He was anointed heir apparent in 1973.
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Prior to the parade, Mr Kim visited the mausoleum where his father and grandfather are interred. The statement contrasted with Kim's remarks to visiting South Korean envoys Wednesday, when he said that declaring peace wouldn't require American troops to leave.
Asked about US intelligence that North Korea was still advancing its weapons programmes, Pompeo noted Pyongyang had ceased its nuclear tests and test-firing missiles, which he said was a "good thing".
Kim Jong Il died in December 2011, and his son Kim Jong Un inherited his power. Washington wants Kim to commit to denuclearization first, but Pyongyang wants its security guaranteed and a peace agreement formally ending the Korean War.
Besides, Kim may have little choice but to get what he can as fast as possible. "But South Korea's President and (the leader of) North Korea are primed to move in this direction", she emphasized. Since then, tour groups have sold travelers on visits to Pyongyang with the promise of attending the first Games in four years.
Seoul's chief envoy to the North also said Kim had referred to the dismantling of the Dongchang-ri missile site as signifying his intentions to permanently stop long-range ballistic missile development.
Kim reportedly also did not have anything negative to say about Trump, and expressed that he wanted his relationship with the U.S.to continue to improve. If he shows a new ICBM during Sunday's parade, it would likely further complicate relations with the United States amid a stalemate over nuclear diplomacy.