Disaster Response

Video: People Move to New Houses in Hongwon County, South Hamgyong Province

People in Unpho and Kyongpho workers’ districts in Hongwon County, South Hamgyong Province on the eastern coast of the country moved to dwelling houses built thanks to the struggle of members of the division of the elite Party members from the capital city.

The core Party members from the capital built new houses in damaged areas in Hongwon County in a short period of time.

A ceremony for moving to new houses took place in Unpho workers’ district on Sunday.

Present there were Commander of the Division No.1 of Party Members of the Capital City Choe Hwi, vice-chairman of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK); Commissar Ri Yong Sik, first vice director of the Information and Publicity Department of the WPK Central Committee; Ri Jong Nam, chairman of the South Hamgyong Provincial Committee of the WPK, officials concerned, commanding officials and members of the Division No, 1 of Party members of the Capital City, officials and working people in Hongwon County, and people in damaged areas.

Ri Jong Nam delivered a congratulatory speech at the ceremony.

He warmly congratulated the people in the damaged areas on having moved to new houses under the care of Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.

He said that no people in the world are as happy as the Korean people who are holding the Supreme Leader as the father.

Licenses for the use of the houses were conveyed amid the applauses and cheers of the participants.

Then people moved to new houses.

The new villages were lively with the people as they moved to new houses amid congratulations from the officials and builders and as they danced full of happiness in great excitement with gratitude for the Workers’ Party of Korea.

The commanding officials of the division of the Party members from the capital city and officials of the province visited the new houses and shared joy with owners of modern houses with full provision of living conditions.

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