From November 13 to 17, the North Korean media reported Kim Jong Un’s public activities as follows: Kim 1) provided field guidance to the outpost on Kali Islet and the defense detachment of Jangjae Islet and 2) visited the May 27 Fishery Station and the January 8 Fishery Station.
On November 14, the North Korean media reported that housing units for 11,900 families (3,000 buildings) in the flood-hit northern areas of North Hamgyong Province were completed in 50 days.
On November 17, the North Korean media reported that the first-stage waterway project in South Hwanghae Province was completed.
On November 17, the North Korean media reported that a spokesman for the Korean Asia-Pacific Peace Committee, in a statement, criticized the General Security of Military Information Agreement between South Korea and Japan.
On November 17, the North Korean media reported that North Korea’s Permanent Representative to the U.N., in a press release, rejected the UN human rights resolutions against North Korea, arguing that the human rights resolutions are a product of a plot and conspiracy.