Chairman Kim Jong Un starts report on work of Seventh WPK Central Committee 

Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea, chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the armed forces of the DPRK, started delivering a report on the work of the Seventh Party Central Committee at the first-day sitting of the Eighth Congress of the WPK on Tuesday.

The venue of the congress was full of great excitement of all participants who would receive the immortal programme for dynamically advancing the cause of socialism under the uplifted banner of great Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism and illuminating the broad venue towards a fresh victory in the Korean revolution.

In his report, the Supreme Leader generally reviewed the work of the Party Central Committee which has dynamically propelled the cause of building Korean-style socialism in the direction of great progress indicated at the Seventh Congress of the WPK.

He said that he is going to suggest through the report the key line of struggle and strategic and tactical policies for the epochal advance of socialist construction and other important issues arising in accomplishing the cause of national reunification, promoting external relations and strengthening the work of the Party after strictly reviewing the work of the Seventh Central Committee in the two aspects of success and mistake.

The Supreme Leader reviewed the shining successes the Party and people have achieved in the period under review.

He also analysed the mistakes that occurred while implementing the five-year strategy for national economic development and their subjective and objective factors.

While referring to the need to start the work for shoring up the overall economy of the country a step higher according to a new five-year plan, the Supreme Leader analysed the present situation of key industrial sectors including metallurgical, chemical, electric power, coal, machine-building and mining industries, before setting forth the tasks for future development.

The report continues.