Kim Jong Un, supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, inspected the modernized Pyongyang Children's Foodstuff Factory.
He saw the newly-built mosaic "The great leaders Comrade Kim Il Sung and Comrade Kim Jong Il examining foodstuff for children" and monument to field guidance of the peerlessly great persons of Mt. Paektu.
Praising the officials and employees of the factory for having built well the mosaic with their strong will to convey the great leaders' love for posterity associated with the factory down through generations, he said President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il would be very glad to know that tasty and nutritious foodstuff for children are produced in a large quantity.
Kim Jong Un went round the newly-built room for education in the revolutionary history and room dedicated to the history of the factory.
He stressed the need for the officials and employees of the factory to intensify the education in the undying leadership feats of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il and thus translate the desire of the great leaders into reality with great success in production.
Then he toured different parts of the factory to learn in detail about its modernization and production and the variety and quality of products.
Noting that all processes from raw material feeding to production, packaging, storage and delivery are automated and robotized, he expressed pleasure over the fact that the modernization of the factory in keeping with requirement of the age of knowledge-based economy totally freed employees from toilsome work and made it possible to raise the productivity by leaps and bounds with less manpower.
The modernization of the factory is very admirable, he said, adding: It is thanks to the creative wisdom and unyielding spirit of our workers, scientists and technicians and the great potentiality of our machine-building industry that the huge modernization project could be finished on a high level in one year.
What pleased him in particular in modernizing the factory is the fact that each production process is equipped with up-to-date facilities designed by our scientists and technicians and made by our own efforts, he said, stressing that localization constitutes the core of the Party's policy on modernization.
He said that when some people with proclivity to import visit the factory, their import mania would completely be cured.
He highly appreciated the feats of officials, scientists, technicians and workers who made positive contribution to the modernization of the factory and gave thanks in the name of the Workers' Party of Korea to them.
He said that many officials in Pyongyang and local areas should visit the factory to learn from it.
He posed for a picture with the officials and employees of the factory, expressing belief that they would produce in larger quantity soya milk and other tasty and nutritious foodstuff for children.
Accompanying him were secretaries Kim Yang Gon and O Su Yong and vice department director Jo Yong Won of the Workers' Party of Korea Central Committee.