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KIM JONG-UN VISITS SITE OF RECOVERY WORK
입력 2020.09.15 (15:16) 수정 2020.09.15 (16:48) News Today
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North Korea also suffered from heavy rains and typhoon in recent days. Kim Jong-un has been visiting affected sites and now he's visited Hwanghaebuk-do Province where recovery works from flood damage have been completed. He paid respects to the dedication of troops who were involved in the recovery effort.

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​North Korean state media reported that Kim Jong-un visited the Kangbuk-ri area in Kumchon, Hwanghaebukdo Province, which was hit hard by heavy rain and Typhoon Bavi last month. According to Rodong Sinmun newspaper, Kim met with a unit of the Korean People's Army, whose members took part in restoration efforts. This comes just 3 days after he visited Unpa-gun County in the same province for an onsite inspection. The Kangbuk-ri area was hit especially hard by last month's monsoon and typhoon. At Kim's order, troops were urgently dispatched for recovery operations. The ruling party's newspaper reported that Kangbuk-ri is the first area that came out victorious from the front line of natural disaster-related recovery efforts. During his visit there, Kim Jong-un expressed satisfaction over what he saw. He said the town looks completely different and marveled at how traces of the disaster were removed in such a short period of time. The regime's leader also said that whenever he hears news about heroic battles fought by soldiers, he wants to bow his head out of respect for their dedication and hardship. The newly built Kangbuk-ri area now has some 50 buildings. The town's administrative office also underwent renovation. Since last month, Kim Jong-un has been visiting monsoon and typhoon-hit areas in Hwanghaedo and Hamgyongdo provinces. His latest visit to a region where restoration has been swiftly completed is seen as a move to display new accomplishments and also boost support from the military.
  • KIM JONG-UN VISITS SITE OF RECOVERY WORK
    • 입력 2020-09-15 15:16:42
    • 수정2020-09-15 16:48:15
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

North Korea also suffered from heavy rains and typhoon in recent days. Kim Jong-un has been visiting affected sites and now he's visited Hwanghaebuk-do Province where recovery works from flood damage have been completed. He paid respects to the dedication of troops who were involved in the recovery effort.

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​North Korean state media reported that Kim Jong-un visited the Kangbuk-ri area in Kumchon, Hwanghaebukdo Province, which was hit hard by heavy rain and Typhoon Bavi last month. According to Rodong Sinmun newspaper, Kim met with a unit of the Korean People's Army, whose members took part in restoration efforts. This comes just 3 days after he visited Unpa-gun County in the same province for an onsite inspection. The Kangbuk-ri area was hit especially hard by last month's monsoon and typhoon. At Kim's order, troops were urgently dispatched for recovery operations. The ruling party's newspaper reported that Kangbuk-ri is the first area that came out victorious from the front line of natural disaster-related recovery efforts. During his visit there, Kim Jong-un expressed satisfaction over what he saw. He said the town looks completely different and marveled at how traces of the disaster were removed in such a short period of time. The regime's leader also said that whenever he hears news about heroic battles fought by soldiers, he wants to bow his head out of respect for their dedication and hardship. The newly built Kangbuk-ri area now has some 50 buildings. The town's administrative office also underwent renovation. Since last month, Kim Jong-un has been visiting monsoon and typhoon-hit areas in Hwanghaedo and Hamgyongdo provinces. His latest visit to a region where restoration has been swiftly completed is seen as a move to display new accomplishments and also boost support from the military.
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