Kim Jong Un Gives Field Guidance to Pyongyang Weak-current Machine Plant
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, April 8 (KCNA) -- Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, gave field guidance to the Pyongyang Weak-current Machine Plant.
He looked round the room for the education in the revolutionary history.
Seeing the newly displayed color photos of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il, he said that the room has been arranged well. Every historical memento and material is precious revolutionary legacy to be handed down to posterity, he added.
He recalled that Kim Il Sung gave his first field guidance to the plant in October, 1955 and Kim Jong Il in September, 1967 and they paid attention to the plant and gave important instructions to it during their several visits to it, noting the foot prints left by them there precisely mean the history of its development.
He went round the products show room, the processing and assembling shops and other places to learn in detail about the development of new products and production there.
He expressed great satisfaction over the fact that the workers of the plant are waging a vigorous drive to develop new products with an ambition to produce ultra-modern weak-current machines.
He underlined the need for the plant to channel efforts into developing new products and, at the same time, conduct an energetic drive for steadily boosting production and ensuring their precision, safety and practicability.
He spared time to watch a performance given by the itinerant art squad of the plant at the hall of culture.
Noting that all numbers of the performance truthfully represented the party's policies and the love for the plant and the revolutionary and militant resolution of its workers to become standard-bearers and shock-brigade in carrying out the line and policies of the party, he stressed the performance helped deepen his trust in it.
He encouraged the workers of the plant, saying that there is no goal unattainable when they live and work in the Kunja-ri spirit, the most vivid expression of loyalty to the party and the revolution and noblest patriotism, and they can surely produce cutting-edge weak-current machines before the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Workers' Party of Korea if they work hard just as the workers of Kunja-ri did.
He had a photo session with the officials, scientists, technicians and workers of the plant.
He was accompanied by Hong Yong Chil and Yun Tong Hyon.
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