Agriculture

Premier Kim Tok Hun Makes Field Survey of Agricultural Sector

Kim Tok Hun, Member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea and Vice-President of the State Affairs Commission and Premier of the Cabinet of the DPRK, made a field survey of the agricultural work in North and South Hwanghae Provinces.

Looking round the food administration stations in Sariwon City and Jaeryong, Sinchon and Anak Counties, the Paeksok and Songo Cooperative Farms in Sinchon County, the Oguk Cooperative Farm in Anak County and other farms, he encouraged the working people in their vigorous efforts to stabilize and improve the people’s living and round off this year’s farming.

He stressed the need for the city and counties to direct efforts to building food administration stations well and modernizing the grain-processing lines for enhancing their capacities.

He called for a concrete operation and command for mobilizing all manpower and means including the operation of the farm machines at full capacity, bearing in mind that what is essential for successfully concluding this year’s farming is to finish the harvesting and threshing in the best season.

The consultative meetings held on the spot discussed measures to create a model and generalize it in the city and county food administration, increase the area sown with wheat and barley in accordance with the Party’s strategy for agricultural development and make good preparations for next year’s farming.

In the meantime, Premier Kim visited the Pyongyang Corn Processing Factory and others to discuss and take measures for improving the processing and supply of grain in keeping with the actual requirements. Earlier, he learned about the production of custom-built equipment at the Taean Heavy Machine Complex.

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