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 units on the east coastal area.
During his visits to fishery stations, cooperative farms, the construction site for a local industrial establishment and others in South Hamgyong and Kangwon provinces, the premier gave pep talks to the working people who are displaying the fighting traits of self-reliance and fortitude in their efforts for carrying out the policy tasks for this year set forth at the Party Congress and the plenary meetings of the Party Central Committee.
After learning about the situation of the Sinpho, Hongwon, Soho, Songdowon and Thongchon fishery stations, he chaired consultative meetings to discuss and take measures for preparing the fishing boats and equipment properly and dynamically conducting fishing operations to increase the haul per boat, and for improving the supply service for the fishermen.
At several cooperative farms in Sinpho City and Hongwon, Hamju, Jongphyong, Kumya and Kowon counties, he underscored the need to proactively introduce the scientific farming method suited to the regional characteristics and push forward with the work for generalizing the experience of the leading units in a methodological way.
After acquainting himself with the operation of the livestock farming base in the Sepho area, he referred to the need to breed more livestock by surely holding fast to the four key factors in the development of livestock farming and the need to ensure the normal production and supply of milk products of high nutritive value by developing the milk processing technology.
Inspecting Kimhwa County where a dynamic struggle is underway to implement the Party’s line for strengthening cities and counties and build an iconic local industrial establishment, he took measures to tackle the issues arising in ensuring high quality and speed in construction of structures and full supply of equipment needed for their operation.
Meanwhile, he also learned about the milk supply to nurseries and kindergartens during his inspection and discussed the ways to improve it.