08:41[(2021)110.7.11-18] DPRK Premier Kim Tok Hun Activities
Pyongyang, July 11 (KCNA, RSTV)
Premier Kim Tok Hun Inspects Different Farms
Kim Tok Hun, Member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea and Premier of the DPRK Cabinet, inspected different farms.
Inspecting several units including farms in Pongchon, Paechon, Yonan and Chongdan counties of South Hwanghae Province, the premier encouraged the agricultural workers striving to increase grain production despite unfavorable weather, true to the ideas and spirits of the Party congress and plenary meetings.
Comrade Kim Tok Hun urged agricultural officials to take scientific and realistic measures on the basis of last year's experience and lessons, well aware of why the Party regards it as a key issue in attaining this year's grain production goal to tackle unfavorable weather.
He also underscored the need to increase the production of organic compound fertilizers and other nutrients with locally available raw materials so as to constantly increase the crop yield while gradually reducing the consumption of chemical fertilizers and insecticide.
At several farms in Sunchon City and Mundok County of South Phyongan Province, he pointed out the failure of the work for putting manuring and water control on a scientific basis in those farms, stressing once again that it is the best way of ensuring the high, stable yield to thoroughly implement the Party's policy of scientific farming.
He also heard the opinions of officials of the farms about some practical measures to be taken by the Cabinet to improve the methods of economic management, as required by the developing reality.
Meanwhile, he visited the units in charge of food administration in the above-mentioned provinces and nurseries and kindergartens in Mundok County to learn about how they are implementing the important measures taken by the Party.
He appealed to the officials to do their jobs in a more responsible manner, true to the noble outlooks of the Party Central Committee on the people and younger generation.
Pyongyang, July 18 (KCNA, RSTV)
DPRK Premier Inspects Different Sectors in Samjiyon City
Kim Tok Hun, Member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea and Premier of the Cabinet of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, inspected several sectors in Samjiyon City.
He gave pep talks to the shock brigade members of the 216 Division who are making innovative achievements in the project for improving the road for an expedition to revolutionary battle sites in the area of Mt Paektu and the third-stage project for remodeling Samjiyon City including Sinmusong-dong true to the decisions made at the historic Party Congress and the plenary meetings of the Party Central Committee.
Comrade Kim Tok Hun called upon officials and shock brigade members to ensure the quality of the construction at the highest level and finish the project without fail by deadline with the pride and honor of launching the grand construction campaign for further sprucing up the sacred place of the revolution.
A field meeting reviewed the state of the projects. It then took necessary measures based on the discussion of the issue for all officials to surely convert the construction to a process of implementing the decision of the Party and raise a hot wind for collective emulation, the issue of using finishing building materials that are either locally produced or recycled and the issues arising in ensuring perfection in epidemic prevention work.
Visiting a nursery, kindergarten, unit in food administration field and a construction site of goat stock-farm in the city, he stressed the need for officials to more scrupulously organize the work to thoroughly and devotedly implement the decisions made at the plenary meetings of the Party Central Committee without fail, bearing in mind the intention of the Party Central Committee which had taken important measures for the people and the rising generations.
Acquainting himself with wheat and potato farming in the Junghung Farm, he stressed the need to take proactive sci-tech measures for reaping a rich and stable harvest despite unfavorable weather conditions and to direct main efforts to the research into high-yielding strain.
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