Socialist emulation drive
Dynamic socialist emulation drive goes on in the DPRK.
The socialist emulation drive that is conducted fiercely at all sectors, units, institutions, enterprises and even schools is a mass movement that propels socialist construction through collective innovation.
Beijing presses on with underground construction
A construction project for the underground is being pushed in China’s Beijing to resolve the traffic problem of the capital city.
Out of the 15 underground lines now under construction, seven lines are expected to be completed this year.
It is still too early to declare termination of war, says DPRK deputy foreign minister
Ri Thae Song, vice-minister of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK, issued the following press statement on September 23:
The issue of the declaration of the termination of war on the Korean peninsula has emerged again at the 76th Session of the UN General Assembly.
Belarus, Iran brand West’s sanctions ineffective
The presidents of Belarus and Iran branded the West’s sanctions as ineffective in a meeting on September 16.
Though Belarus and Iran have always suffered from sanctions, those who enforced restrictive sanctions have reaped no fruits, they stated.
Apple harvest in full swing in Pukchong
Fruit farms in Pukchong County have a good crop of fruits this year.
The Ryongjon Fruit Farm is pressing on with the picking, grading and transport of fruits under a detailed plan and the Jongbong Fruit Farm has produced more fruits than planned by concentrating efforts on improving the nutrition of trees and increasing the per-hectare yield.
A few days ago, women of neighbourhood unit No. 14 in Kaeson-dong, Moranbong District, Pyongyang, visited apartment No. 3 on the ground floor with foodstuffs.
“The daughter-in-law living at apartment No. 3 on the ground floor gave birth to a baby some days ago. Therefore, all the residents congratulate her like their own affairs,” said Kim Mi Yong, head of the neighbourhood unit, adding it has become a custom of the neighbourhood unit to share joy and sorrow with each other.
Premier Kim inspects agricultural, light industry sectors
Premier Kim Tok Hun, who is member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, inspected the agricultural and light industry sectors.
Making the rounds of different farms in South Phyongan and North and South Hwanghae provinces including those in Sukchon, Phyongwon, Hwangju, Jaeryong and Yonan counties and Sariwon City, Kim gave pep talks to the agricultural workers who are working hard to thoroughly implement the decisions of the Third Enlarged Meeting of the Political Bureau of the Eighth Central Committee of the WPK which called for wrapping up this year’s farming.