Kim Chen In wants to improve the lives of North Koreans

North Korean leader Kim Chen In wanted to improve the lives of North Koreans. He said the country's authorities should make improving conditions for citizens a priority. 

During a speech marking the 76th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea (TPK), the head of state urged leaders at all levels to "serve the people as God." He specified that officials should listen to people's opinions and understand whether they are inconveniencing them with their actions.

Kim Chen In said that the party intends to push forward a five-year plan for the development of the national economy in order to provide the population with food and housing as soon as possible. He also spoke of the party's major achievements over the past decade, but did not mention relations with South Korea and the United States of America.


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