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DPRK Premier Tours Farms in S. Hwanghae & S. Pyongan

 

DPRK Premier Choe Yong Rim (2nd R) visits a farm in Sukchon County, South Pyongyan Province (Photo: KCNA)

DPRK state media reported on 16 August (Thursday) that DPRK Cabinet Premier Choe Yong Rim (Ch’oe Yo’ng-rim) visited Yongch’o’n Co-op Farm in North Hwanghae Province and toured farms in Sukch’o’n County, South P’yo’ngan Province.  At Yongch’o’n Co-op Farm, Choe studied “the operation of the sprayers of agricultural chemicals and their technological features and discuss the issue of applying them to other farms throughout the county.”  Choe later traveled to Sukch’o’n County, South P’yo’ngan Province.  According to KCNA during his visit to Sukch’o’n-u’p and Sinpu’ng Farm, Choe, “underscored the need to solve the food problem to properly enforce the sub-workteam management system. . . he discussed how to give free rein to the enthusiasm of the agricultural workers for production and increase the per-hectare grain yield.”

KCNA reports:

DPRK Premier Choe Yong Rim, member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, visited Sukchon County, South Phyongan Province to learn about its farming.

Looking round fields of the farm in the county seat and the Sinphung Farm, the premier acquainted himself with crop prospect and manure applied to fields.

He underscored the need to solve the food problem to properly enforce the sub-workteam management system which was created by President Kim Il Sung and whose validity was proved.

He discussed how to give free rein to the enthusiasm of the agricultural workers for production and increase the per-hectare grain yield.

Earlier, the premier visited the Ryongchon Co-op Farm in Hwangju County, North Hwanghae Province to study the operation of the sprayers of agricultural chemicals and their technological features and discuss the issue of applying them to other farms throughout the county.

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