Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un Inspects New Railway
Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea, chairman of the DPRK State Affairs Commission and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, inspected the completed Koam-Tapchon railway.

He was accompanied by Kim Yong Su and Jo Yong Won, senior officials of the WPK Central Committee.

A few years ago, the Supreme Leader unrolled a plan for building a large-scale fishing zone in the areas of Koam, Tapchon and Chonapho which have favourable conditions for developing the fishing industry and set forth a task to build the Koam-Tapchon railway in a modern fashion as a preceding process.

Builders, scientists and technicians wonderfully built a railway bridge across the rough sea of Sokjon Bay by overcoming unfavourable conditions and a multitude of difficulties with the do-or-die will and the spirit of self-reliance, thus performing a great feat of breaking new ground in the country's history of railway construction.

He was very satisfied to see the railway line stretching far across the rough sea, saying that it looks so wonderful, he seems to see a work of art and another problem of the Party’s concern has been settled.

Noting that the completion of the railway linking Koam with the Songjon peninsula opened up a broad avenue to rapidly stepping up the construction of the Tapchon fishing zone and satisfactorily transporting caught fish as planned by the Party, he highly praised the builders, scientists and technicians for having successfully carried out the uphill project with their own efforts.

The completion of the Koam-Tapchon railway helps remarkably raise the revolutionary spirit and working zeal of the Korean people who are dynamically speeding up the grand march for economic construction true to the decisions made at the Third Plenary Meeting of the Seventh WPK Central Committee, he said, adding that it once again convinced them of the powerful Juche-based strength of our state which is making leaps forward continuously on the basis of the solid groundwork of the self-supporting economy.

He gave thanks to the builders and officials in the name of the WPK Central Committee in high appreciation of the exploits of them who successfully completed the Koam-Tapchon railway through an indefatigable heroic struggle.


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