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Inspiring Posters Produced

The Mansudae Art Studio, the Central Fine Arts Studio, and Pyongyang University of Fine Arts in the DPRK produced posters encouraging the people to implement the decisions made at the Second Plenary Meeting of the Eighth Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK).

The poster “All out for the implementation of the decisions made at the 2nd Plenary Meeting of the 8th Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea!” appeals to all the Party members and other working people to turn out as one in a new revolutionary march with their intense loyalty to the Party’s cause.

Posters “Let us carry through the first year’s tasks of the five-year plan set forth at the Eighth Party Congress!” and “Let us carry out the national economic plan for this year without fail!” are penetrated with the idea on unconditionally hitting the first year’s targets for implementing the new five-year plan by courageously overcoming the existing challenges and difficulties by dint of self-reliance and science and technology.

There is also a poster showing a smelter throwing the letters “passivity” and “self-protection” into a furnace full of red molten iron, which calls for categorically removing the ideological maladies obstructive to the progress and making redoubled efforts to fulfill the five-year plan through fresh innovation, bold creation and uninterrupted advance.

Another poster “Let us bring about substantial change and advance in the first year of carrying out the five-year plan!” clearly shows the WPK’s firm resolution and will to push forward the economic construction and provide the people with more stable and better living conditions despite the protracted emergency anti-epidemic situation.

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