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DPRK Premier Visits Namhung Youth Chemical Complex

DPRK Premier Choe Yong Rim (2nd L) and Vice Premier and State Planning Commission Chairman Ro Tu Chol (L) tour the Namhu’ng Youth Chemical Complex (Photo: KCNA)

Overview of Namhu’ng Youth Chemical Complex (Photo: Google image)

DPRK state media reported on 10 June (Sunday) that DPRK Premier Choe Yong Rim visited and inspected the Namhu’ng Youth Chemical Complex outside the city of Anju, South P’yo’ngan Province to promote fertilizer production.  KCNA reports:

Workers of the complex have increased the fertilizer production determined to make contribution to bringing about a decisive turn in this year’s farming by sending more fertilizer to socialist farms true to the behests of Kim Jong Il.

After going around different places of the complex he held a consultative meeting.

The meeting discussed measures and ways for keeping the fertilizer production going at a high rate and finishing the construction of new processes.

He stressed the need to dynamically wage the industrial revolution in the new century holding the flame of Hamnam (South Hamgyong Province) to repay the trust and expectation of the Workers’ Party of Korea with increased production.

He urged the officials to take good care of the living of workers who are valued by the party.

Earlier, he went round Bath House No. 1 in Pyongyang which is now under renovation.

The bath house is associated with warm loving care of President Kim Il Sung, who took deep care of the people’s living despite the difficulty in the postwar period.

He underscored the need to make architecture formative and artistic on the principle of ensuring convenience of people on a preferential basis.

DPRK Premier Choe Yong Rim tours a bath house for employees of Namhu’ng Youth Chemical Complex (Photo: KCNA)

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