The respected Kim Jong Un, General Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea and President of the State Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, learned about new trial passenger buses.
As he is always concerned about the issue of passenger traffic of the capital city, he, busy as he was guiding the Second Plenary Meeting of the Eighth Party Central Committee, unfolded a grand plan to take decisive measures to solve the traffic issue of the Pyongyang citizens and discussed in detail some issues arising in developing the traffic network of the capital.
In order to carry out the task given by him, the officials and workers of the Pyongyang City General Passenger Traffic Enterprise and the Pyongyang Bus Factory have developed trial traffic bus and double-decker in a short span of time and reported it to the Party Central Committee.
Kim Jong Un saw the trial passenger buses at the building of the Party Central Committee together with the senior Party and government officials–Jo Yong Won, Kim Tok Hun, Jong Sang Hak, Ri Il Hwan, O Su Yong, Choe Sang Gon and Kim Jae Ryong–and Kim Yong Hwan, Chief Secretary of the Pyongyang Municipal Party Committee.
He got on a passenger bus to learn about its technical specifications in detail. He said it is good that Pyongyang City was determined to make buses by relying on its own technical force and production base and thus solve the issue of means of passenger traffic. As the Party would give an active backing to them, they should mass-produce passenger buses which are becoming to the city beautification and convenient for the people to use, he added.
He stressed that it is a fundamental issue for running the capital to ease the strain on passenger service of the capital and promote the citizens’ conveniences in traffic to the maximum and it is of great importance in more fully providing the people with social and cultural living conditions.
Acquainting himself with the issues arising in the production of passenger buses, Kim Jong Un presented the production goals by year and took measures to put them into practice.