Inspections

Premier Kim Tok Hun Makes Field Survey of Samjiyon City

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, made a field survey of different units in Samjiyon City.

Looking round the construction sites including Phothae-dong and Rimyongsu-dong where the third-stage project for building Samjiyon City is forcefully underway and domestic building materials production bases of the February 16 Division, Kim Tok Hun stressed the need to push forward the construction as planned by prioritizing the supply of materials and actively using domestic finishing building materials.

Going round the Samjiyon City People’s Hospital, the Samjiyon Blueberry Drink Factory and the Samjiyon Potato Farina Production Factory, he said that the units associated with leadership exploits of the Party should play an active role in improving the people’s living and developing the local industry by promoting their development with innovative business strategy and becoming model units in implementing the policies of the Party.

The consultative meetings held on the spot discussed practical issues arising in accelerating and completing the third-stage project of building Samjiyon City in a qualitative way and remodelling all the cities and counties into developed regions with their own local characteristics on the basis of new standard created in the construction of holly place of the revolution.

Meanwhile, Premier Kim held a consultative meeting at the Hyesan Youth Mine to expand its capacity.

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