North Korea has made public the text of a second statement in the name of Kim Jong Eun.
Chosun Central News Agency released the statement yesterday, saying that it was written by Kim on the management of national territory for officials from the Party, state economic organs and workers’ unions. It was also published on the front page of today’s Rodong Shinmun, the ubiquitous daily publication of the Chosun Workers’ Party.
The statement is Kim Jong Eun’s second. The first was released on April 6th targeting Party Central Committee members on the subject of ‘Kim Jong Il’s elevation to ‘eternal Party General Secretary’ and the completion of the Juche revolution’.
“We must implement the last instructions of the General to the end, without so much as giving an inch, without yielding even a step,” Kim wrote in his latest statement, “to make the land look suitable for a strong socialist state.”
“We must manage Pyongyang nobly, as the capital of the revolution and as a magnificent, beautiful world city,” he commented, pointing to the statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il on Mansudae Hill, Keumsusan Palace and Mankyungdae as areas for planting into public gardens.
He also emphasized the need to run regional cities as models, as well as discussing a range of modern land management and environmental issues including land conservation, tideland reclamation, reafforestation, water management and the improvement of the country’s roads.
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