Ri Man-gon (born 1945) is a member of the Politburo of the Workers' Party of Korea, party vice-chairman, and director of munitions and military in the country. He is a "supervisor of the department for the nuclear and missile development".
He was not present at a October 7, 2017 mass rally in Pyongyang and a October 11, 2017 celebration for the anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea. According to a South Korean think tank, "There's little chance that Ri and Kim have been dismissed or purged because they've been praised for major achievements recently." and "It's highly likely that they were absent because they'd been given an important assignment."
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