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Weekly Report on North Korea

Weekly Report on North Korea from June 30 to July 6, 2018 (No. 1420)

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장수민
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2018-07-06
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【Internal Affairs】
From June 30 to July 2, the North Korean media reported that Kim Jong Un provided field guidance at a reed farm in North Pyeongan Province, Unit 1524 of the Korean People’s Army (KPA), the Sinuiju Cosmetics Factory, the Sinuiju Textile Mill, and the Sinuiju Chemical Fibre Mill.

On July 3, the North Korean media reported that Premier Pak Pong Ju gave field guidance at various units in the Tokchon area.

On July 3, the North Korean media encouraged all people to stage a general offensive to build a powerful socialist country in the lead-up to the 70th anniversary of the founding of the DPRK in September.

On July 3, the North Korean media emphasized the importance of the battle to prevent damage in the rainy season.

On July 6, the North Korean media reported on the progress of the construction of the Wonsan-Kalma coastal tourist area.


【Inter-Korean Affairs】
On July 5, the North Korean media reported that inter-Korean talks for forestry cooperation were held.

On July 4-6, the North Korean media reported on the South-North unification basketball games.

On July 1, the North Korean media denounced the South Korean conservative parties for underscoring security on the occasion of the anniversary of the Korean War on June 25.

On July 2, the North Korean media blasted the South Korean conservative media’s reports regarding the situation on the Korean Peninsula.

On July 4, the 46th anniversary of the July 4 South-North Joint Statement, the North Korean media asserted that “the Panmunjeom Declaration is a new milestone of independent unification.”


【Foreign Affairs】
On July 1, the North Korean media emphasized that the North Korea-US summit meeting is a “meeting of the century.”

On July 6, the North Korean media condemned the 2018 Trafficking in Persons Report of the US Department of State.

On July 3, the North Korean media emphasized that if Japan wants dialogue with the North, it should change its thinking and action.