The North Korean leader is expected to announce a new building supply chain, the official KCNA news agency said, as the military continues its military buildup in the country.
The new system will be based on the existing building supply systems, including concrete, steel, wood and cement, KCNA said, without elaborating.
North Korea has been building more than 10,000 concrete bunkers in recent months, and the army has been conducting drills and shelling the country’s main border city of Paju.
The KCNA report did not say what the new supply system would be.
North Korean defectors and other experts say the military buildup is designed to bolster the countrys nuclear and missile capabilities.
The latest round of US and UN sanctions were imposed in August after North Korea conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test.
The sanctions were aimed at pressuring North Korea to halt its nuclear weapons and missile programs.
North Koreans have been told to stop consuming refined petroleum products and other food items.
The UN imposed sanctions after Pyongyang conducted its third nuclear test in January and another in February, claiming they violated UN resolutions.
The North has denied the claims.
The US and South Korea have imposed new sanctions on the North, saying it is still technically in compliance with the UN resolutions but has violated them.
Kim has been a vocal critic of the sanctions, and last month said the UN Security Council must be dissolved, saying the United States and its allies should be wiped out.
Kim Jong Il was succeeded by his father Kim Jong Nam, who died in December 2017, according to the North’s state media.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.