Kim Jong Un Provides Field Guidance to Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile Mill

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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, provided field guidance to the Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile Mill.

He, to begin with, went round varieties of bags for students made with bag cloth produced at the mill.

The longer one sees bags for students, the more fashionable they look, he said, adding their styles and colors are diverse and can match ones of other countries in all aspects such as convenience, usage and beauty.

He looked round the newly built bag cloth production process.

Noting with great satisfaction that the process is the locally manufactured production process, Korean style production process desired by the Workers’ Party of Korea, he said it is possible to produce bag cloth with home-made tetron rayon yarn produced by flexible rapier looms, high-temperature, high-pressure roller dyeing machines, etc. manufactured with indigenous efforts and technology. He appreciated it as a proud success in building production processes with locally produced equipment.

After going round the rayon fabric shop, general weaving shop, general dyeing shop and other places, he gave important instructions to be implemented to manage and operate the mill including the issue of boosting the production of quality clothing materials and varieties of clothes such as cloth for school uniforms.

How nice to see the modern bag cloth production base built with locally manufactured equipment, he said, adding with a broad smile on his face that he felt satisfied and pleased when picturing to himself students going to and from school with cheerful laughter, carrying with them locally produced fashionable bags.

Noting that he was encouraged to see the mill operating in full capacity, he emphasized that the machines running to keep production at a high rate and the spirit of self-reliance displayed at the mill herald the victory of the revolution as they instill the conviction of sure victory and optimism into the people who will enjoy all blessings in the world in the near future and deal deadly sledge-hammer blows at the enemies working with bloodshot eyes to block the advance of the DPRK.

He expressed expectation and conviction that the officials and employees of the Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile Mill, the model mill in implementing the party’s policies, would greet the 7th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea with great successes in production, keeping pace with the vibrant breath of the times.

He was accompanied by An Jong Su, Jo Yong Won and Pak Myong Sun.