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Another ‘Arduous March’!

He has been ruling his country for almost a decade… rather, serving as the Supreme Leader of North Korea since 2011 and the Leader of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) since 2012. In a rare first, he has admitted that the country’s economic situation is not good at all. Interestingly, he has admitted the fact in front of members and workers of his party! The COVID-19 Pandemic had prompted President Kim Jong-un to declare a lockdown in North Korea in 2020. While addressing a meeting of Branch Secretaries of the Workers’ Party in Pyongyang a couple of days ago, he reportedly stated: “The country is now going through a worst phase.” Kim also discussed various ways to pull North Korea out of the crisis with his party members.

The US has imposed a series of sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear programme. The burden has increased a lot since Kim’s meeting with former US President Donald Trump failed. A Party Congress was held in January 2021 to discuss the country’s economic progress. During the Congress, North Korea decided to continue with its Nuclear Programme, as well. The local media reported that Kim, during the recent meeting, scolded many members of his party for not following his instructions…

Kim Jong-un

A number of Branch Secretaries attended the Party meeting earlier this week. They were divided into a group of five to 30 so that they could, constantly, keep in touch with the factory workers. After 2017, President Kim met the branch secretaries for the first time. He told them: “How to improve the quality of life of common people even in a crisis situation depends on the positive role of the grassroots-level workers of the party.” There, he mentioned to them that to improve the quality of life of common people even in a crisis situation depends on the positive role of the grassroots-level workers of the Party…

Experts are of the opinion that Kim has decided to boost the morale of his Party Workers in an attempt to help North Korea get rid of the present situation of crisis.

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