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DPRK Premier Tours Renovation at Mirim Riding Club and Migok Cooperative Farm

Posted on the 06 June 2013 by Michael_nklw @Michael_NKLW
DPRK Cabinet Premier Pak Pong Ju (2nd L) is briefed about the renovation and construction work at Mirim Riding Club in east Pyongyang.  Also seen in attendance is DPRK Vice Premier and State Planning Commission Chairman Ro Tu Chol (3rd L)(Photo: KCNA-Yonhap).

DPRK Cabinet Premier Pak Pong Ju (2nd L) is briefed about the renovation and construction work at Mirim Riding Club in east Pyongyang. Also seen in attendance is DPRK Vice Premier and State Planning Commission Chairman Ro Tu Chol (3rd L)(Photo: KCNA-Yonhap).

DPRK state media reported on 6 June (Thursday) that DPRK Cabinet Premier Pak Pong Ju visited the Migok Cooperative Farm  and toured the renovation work at Mirim Riding Club.  Pak’s first visit was to the Migok Cooperative Farm in Sariwo’n, the provincial capital of North Hwanghae Province.  He toured part of the cooperative farm and held a meeting with farm managers and employees.  According to KCNA, the meeting “discussed issues of conducting agricultural production and business activities on the principle of arousing enthusiasm of farmers to the maximum.”

Pak Pong Ju also toured the renovation and construction work at the Mirim Riding Club (formerly known as the equestrian company of Korean People’s Army [KPA] Unit #534) in east Pyongyang.  The equestrian grounds are under renovation by KPA construction personnel.  Pak “learned in detail about its construction and supply of raw materials” and held a meeting with construction and design personnel which “underlined the need to rapidly finish frame structure to suit seasonable conditions” and “took measures to supply necessary materials and fuel as scheduled and increase production to the maximum at material producing units.”

Migok Cooperative Farm, on the outskirts of Sariwo'n, the provincial capital of North Hwanghae Province (Photo: Google image)

Migok Cooperative Farm, on the outskirts of Sariwo’n, the provincial capital of North Hwanghae Province (Photo: Google image)

The Mirim Riding Club in east Pyongyang.  Formerly the equestrian company of KPA Unit #534, DPRK leader ordered the ownership of the equestrian facility to be transferred from the KPA to the DPRK Cabinet and State Commission of Physical Culture and Sports in November 2012.  Kim Jong Un later visited the equestrian club's renovation work in May 2013 and expressed his displeasure with the new design of the place (Photo: Google image)

The Mirim Riding Club in east Pyongyang. Formerly the equestrian company of KPA Unit #534, DPRK leader ordered the ownership of the equestrian facility to be transferred from the KPA to the DPRK Cabinet and State Physical Culture and Sports Commission in November 2012. Kim Jong Un later visited the equestrian club’s renovation work in May 2013 and expressed his displeasure with the new design of the place (Photo: Google image)


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