The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, together with Ri Sol Ju, gave field guidance to the Wonsan Disabled Soldiers’ Bag Factory.
Going round several places of the factory, he learned in detail about the production of schoolbags.
Now it is necessary to direct efforts to raising the quality of schoolbags as material and technical foundations have been satisfactorily laid for producing hundreds of thousands of schoolbags in each province, he said, stressing the need for the bag factories in provinces to conduct proper quality control over products, raise demand and thus put the schoolbags supplied to children and students of the whole country on the same qualitative level.
He underlined the need for central organs to work out a plan for the responsible supply of raw and other materials for the production of bags including canvas, zipper, tape, synthetic leather, metal fixtures and plastic processed goods to make sure that the production is put on a regular basis at bag factories built in provinces.
It is the intention of our Party to provide our children and students with quality notebooks, schoolbags, school things and school uniforms made in the country so as to make them cherish patriotism of taking their own things dear to them and loving them since their childhood, he said, repeatedly asking the official and employees of bag factories across the country to work heart and soul with devotion to ensure the quality of bags just as they would make bags for their own children.
He stressed the need for the employees to put precedence to the work of enhancing the technical skill, strictly abide by the requirements of technical regulations in every production process, conduct technical exchanges among bag factories, learn with each other and brainstorm ideas in effecting a surge and innovation to improve the quality of bags.
He had a photo session with the officials and employees of the Wonsan Disabled Soldiers’ Bag Factory, highly appreciating their strenuous efforts to put the production going on at a high rate after building the factory to be proud of with their own efforts, technology and materials in a short time.
Stressing the importance to value, respect and take good care of disabled soldiers, he asked the provincial party committee to help the factory with deep care so that they can devote their sweats of sincere labor in their worthwhile and honorable work for the future generations and thus continue to keep the revolution flourishing.
Accompanying him were Han Kwang Sang and Jo Yong Won, senior officials of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea.