Economic Development & Construction

DPRK Premier Inspects Industrial Establishments

Kim Tok Hun, member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea and premier of the Cabinet of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, inspected the Jenam Coal Mine, the Namdok Youth Coal Mine and the construction site of dwelling houses for the employees of the feed supply farm under the Kwangchon Chicken Farm.

The colliers of the Jenam Coal Mine and the Namdok Youth Coal Mine are further flaring up the flames of increased production in hearty response to the militant call of the Party upon the whole Party, the whole country and the entire people to vigorously conduct the 80-day campaign and brilliantly greeting the Eighth Congress of the Party.

Inspecting various production processes of the coal mines, Kim Tok Hun urged the officials to raise the carriage capacity as required by increased coal production, technically manage equipment as specified in relevant rules and put efforts into the supply work for bettering the livelihood of colliers.

Going round the construction site of dwelling houses, he urged the units involved in the project to ensure quality in the building of every structure, as required by designs and construction methods. He also underlined the need to step up land readjustment, road pavement and river improvement.

The field consultative meetings urged officials to find themselves among the workers to solve their problems in time.

They stressed the need for the coal mines to speed up capital tunneling and preparatory tunneling in order to secure reserve cutting face. They also discussed practical matters for completing the construction of dwelling houses as early as possible.

The premier also went round the Pukchang Thermal Power Complex and the February 8 Jikdong Youth Coal Mine.

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