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Rallies in Nampo, Kaesong, and Rason Cities Pledge to Implement Tasks Set Forth at Plenary Meeting of Party Central Committee

 

Rallies were held in North Hamgyong Province and Nampo, Kaesong, and Rason cities on Thursday and Friday to pledge to thoroughly implement the important tasks set forth at the Fifth Plenary Meeting of the Seventh Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK).

Attending the rallies were officials of Party and power organs, working people’s organizations, industrial establishments, farms and universities and working people, youth and students in relevant areas.

Speeches were made there.

The speakers made a detailed analysis of the existing defects in their sectors and units and vowed to turn out in the drive to implement the tasks set forth at the plenary meeting.

They underscored the need for the key industrial establishments to put the production on a higher level and spruce up their appearance under the unfurled banner of self-reliance and self-sufficiency this year marking the 75th founding anniversary of the WPK.

They called for contributing to successfully settling sci-tech problems arising in various sectors by making valuable educational and scientific research achievements.

They called upon young people to display their wisdom and valor and take the lead in making a breakthrough for advance in the major fronts of the socialist economic construction.

They said that they would widely introduce the advanced farming methods and technologies, conduct all farm works on the basis of scientific and technological basis and thus increase the agricultural production.

Then, mass demonstration marches took place.

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