A ski resort, a Museum, ten thousand apartments and several greenhouses: With great Pomp and ceremony, was inaugurated in North Korea, a new city, which was celebrated by the state news Agency KCNA on Tuesday as a "Utopia-city under socialism".
ruler Kim Jong Un on Monday, the Band at the inauguration ceremony for the new city cut, which was "the epitome of modern civilization," reported the state-run media on Tuesday. Kim contributed "heart and soul" to the emergence of Samjiyons. It was during the construction period, the Region many times on the road. The construction project near the sacred revered mount Paektu in the North of the country is considered to be one of the favorite projects of the North Korean ruler.
einweihun ceremony of Samjiyon: North Korea's ruler, Kim Jong Un cuts the red ribbon. Image: Keystone
In the Stalinist-dominated North Korea in the Paektu is regarded as a Symbol of the ruling family. On him at the end of 2011 deceased father, Kim Jong Us, Kim Jong was allegedly born-il ,.
The urban area in Samjiyon have "transformed in the example of a modern mountainous city under socialism," it was said. The member of the Politburo of the workers ' party, Choe Ryong Hae, have called in a speech, the area of the "best people Paradise of the world" out of the brush. The ceremony was call of thundering Hurrah and fireworks have been accompanied.
residents for the Construction work
in South Korea of North Korean refugees released Internet-newspaper "Daily NK" had reported in August that, among other things, residents of the district are forced to work in the new town and construction workers from all over the country were there been sent. forced The newspaper, citing sources in the affected province. Diplomats also reported the use of child labour.
The conversion of the Samjiyon is also seen as part of the development plans of Kim Jong-Us, a self-employed economy. North Korea is considered one of the most isolated countries in the world. Because of its nuclear weapons program, it is subject to tough international sanctions. (sho/sda)
Created: 03.12.2019, 11:36 PM