Premier inspects South Phyongan Province

Premier Kim Tok Hun, who is also member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, inspected different sectors of South Phyongan Province.

Looking round farms in Mundok, Sukchon and Taedong counties, he instructed agricultural guidance officials to take strict measures to prevent damage from lingering fierce heat and blights and provide scientific nutrition management of crops by generalizing experience of the units that go ahead of others to ensure safe crop harvest.

After acquainting himself with production at the Namyang Salt Works, he stressed the need for salt production units across the country to concentrate on making salt production intensive and mechanizing and modernizing it and apply advanced salt-collecting methods in order to drastically increase production.

At the Anju Area Coal-mining Complex, he took appropriate steps to solve the problems arising in the stable supply of electric power needed for coal pit construction and coal mining. At the Jangsan Mine he pointed to the mistakes its officials made of failing to pay careful attention to and fully exhibit their creative ability in business management, before discussing the ways to consolidate the foundations for the production of fireproof materials.

The field consultative meetings took detailed measures to organize the manuring and cultivation of crops in the latter half of their growth more scrupulously at the farms in the province, bring operation planning and command closer to reality by enhancing the responsibility and role of economic guidance officials and reenergize production by building up organic relation between units and sectors properly.