North Korea's ruling Worker's Party will hold a meeting tomorrow that could result in a shake-up of the party's leadership.
According to the North's state-run Korean Central News Agency, officials on the Central Committee will decide on an issue of "crucial significance."
It didn't say what that issue is, but it mentioned improving the "fighting efficiency" of the party.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un decided early this month to launch a new department in the party, so it could mean restructuring.
The meeting could also deal with measures to overcome the recent flooding and the economic hardship caused by the pandemic.