Resident Vietnamese diplomats visit victorious war museum
Le Ba Binh, Vietnamese ambassador to the DPRK, and his embassy staff members Tuesday visited the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of President Kim Il Sung’s second visit to Vietnam.
They looked round several halls of the museum comprehensively showing the exploits the President performed for the victory of the war.
Putting their heart and soul into disabled soldiers
Stories about laudable deeds are told one after another in the DPRK, where it has become a social habit to live harmoniously while helping one another forward.
Like family members
Premier inspects various units
Premier Kim Jae Ryong, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea and member of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK, inspected various industrial establishments.
At the Hungnam Fertilizer Complex he learned in detail about the updating of production processes and called for finishing the updating in the shortest period and increasing the fertilizer production by mapping out a scientific management and business strategy.
Kim Hong Do, renowned artist in medieval Korea
The Korean nation with a long history spanning 5 000 years has produced many talented persons.
Among them is Kim Hong Do, a realistic artist who contributed to putting the paintings of Korea in the latter half of the 18th century on a higher stage.
US’ unreasonable pressure denounced
According to south Korean Hankook Ilbo newspaper, an assemblyman from the Jongui (justice) Party of south Korea on Nov 14 condemned the US for putting pressure on south Korea, standing by Japan’s side.
He denounced the US for forcing south Korea to extend the general security of military intelligence agreement with Japan.
US pressure on extension of military agreement with Japan under fire
South Korean organizations such as the People’s Joint Action and the People’s Action for Peace against War had a rally in Jongro District, Seoul, on November 16 to denounce the US for its pressure on south Korea to extend the general security of military intelligence agreement with Japan and pay more for the upkeep of the US forces in south Korea, according to Yonhap News of south Korea.
On the same day "Citizens’ Action to Denounce Abe for Distorting History, Invading Economy and Threatening Peace" had a rally in Jongro District, Seoul to blast the US for forcing south Korea to extend the general security of military intelligence agreement.
Hostility and confrontation will bring only ruin and disaster
The Japanese Air Self-Defense Force recently staged at a park in Aichi Prefecture a drill for deploying a Patriot interceptor missile system before the eyes of the press.
Similar drills were staged in the middle of Tokyo and in the compound of the Defense Ministry under the pretext of "coping with a missile threat" from someone in October.
Exhibition showcases scientific research at universities
The 10th national exhibition of university scientific research successes opened with due ceremony at the Sci-Tech Complex in Pyongyang on Tuesday.
On display are more than 2 000 research achievements made by 90-odd universities across the country including Kim Il Sung University, Kim Chaek University of Technology, Hamhung University of Hydraulic Engineering and Wonsan University of Agriculture.
Typical monuments in Pyongyang
In Pyongyang, there are famous monuments symbolic of the DPRK.
The memorial to the anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle and the memorial to the socialist revolution and building of socialism of the Grand Monument on Mansu Hill, erected in April Juche 61 (1972), show the undying revolutionary feats performed by President Kim Il Sung.
DPRK-US dialogue is possible only when US drops hostility
Kim Myong Gil, roving ambassador of the DPRK Foreign Ministry, on Tuesday told KCNA as regards the DPRK-US dialogue.
Question: Could you comment on US media’s recent report that the DPRK-US working negotiations are quite likely to open in December?