Kim Jong Un Inspects Sinuiju Chemical Fibre Mill
Date: 02/07/2018 | Source: KCNA.kp (En) | Read original version at source
Pyongyang, July 2 (KCNA) -- The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un gave field guidance to the Sinuiju Chemical Fibre Mill.
He went round the room dedicated to education in the revolutionary history and learned about the production at the paper manufacturing workshop.
Noting that one of those entangled in the education of the rising generation, a top-priority work for the Party, is the fact that the demand for paper has not been fully met, he stressed the need to upgrade the paper industry in reliance on the domestic resources and raw materials at any cost and thus sufficiently supply the paper necessary for the production of textbooks, reference books and notebooks for schoolers.
Examining the paper produced on a trial basis with reed as raw material, he said that will serve the purpose, and stressing the need to further deepen the research for improving the quality and productivity of paper.
He expressed satisfaction over the fact that the possibility of sufficient supply of raw materials was created with the increase of reed production on Pidan Island and the mill's project for expanding the capacity of reed-based paper production is going at the last stage to open the prospect for settling the paper problem.
While acquainting himself with the upgrade of the factory, he pointed out deviations and gave instructions for developing the mill.
He seriously reproved officials for failing to take pains to finish as early as possible the upgrading of the paper manufacturing process prioritized and looked for by the Party and to fulfill their responsibility and role.
He instructed the officials to urgently finish the paper production process upgrading, concentrate efforts on sprucing up the production buildings and accelerate the dredging project of wharf for reed discharge.
He set forth the tasks and ways for successfully upgrading the mill as befitting a unit associated with the leadership exploits of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il and massively producing paper with reed as basic raw material.
Accompanying him were An Jong Su, Hwang Pyong So, Han Kwang Sang, Kim Song Nam, Jo Yong Won, O Il Jong and Hwang Yong Chol, senior officials of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea. -0-