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South-North Relations

Weekly Report on North Korea

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Weekly Report on North Korea from July 7 to 13, 2018 (No. 1421)

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장수민
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2018-07-13
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【Internal Affairs】
On July 10, the North Korean media reported that Kim Jong Un provided field guidance at the Junghung farm, construction sites, and a potato farina factory in Samjiyon County and posed for a commemorative photo with members of the county’s Workers’ Party of Korea Committee.

On July 9, the North Korean media reported that Premier Pak Pong Ju gave field guidance at various units in the Tanchon and Komdok areas.

On July 8, the North Korean media reported that officials of the Party, government, and army visited the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun to mark the 24th anniversary of the demise of President Kim Il Sung.

On July 12, the North Korean media argued that Korean-style socialism is incomparably superior to capitalism.

On July 11, the North Korean media reported on heavy rain lashing the western coastal area.

On July 12, the North Korean media reported that the Korea National Heritage Protection Fund was established.

【Inter-Korean Affairs】
On July 7, the North Korean media reported that the South’s delegation for the South-North unification basketball games left for Pyeongyang.

On July 7, the North Korean media condemned the ROK government’s remarks on human rights in the North.

On July 10, the North Korean media emphasized the faithful implementation of the Panmunjeom Declaration.

On July 13, the North Korean media highlighted that the owner of inter-Korean projects is the Korean people.

【Foreign Affairs】
On July 7, the North Korean media reported that a spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in a statement, expressed regret that “The US side came up only with its unilateral and gangster-like demand for denuclearization, just calling for CVID, declaration, and verification.”

On July 11, the North Korean media denounced the US trend toward the North regarding human rights.