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Kim Jong Un's Loving Care for Scientists Encourages DPRK People
| Pyongyang, September 20 (KCNA) -- The news about house moving in Unha Scientists Street here has evoked big responses from local people, especially scientists and educationists.
Kim Il Hwan, vice-rector of Kim Hyong Jik University of Education, told KCNA:
"Seeing the news on TV and in papers, I was deeply moved by respected Marshal Kim Jong Un's loving care for scientists.
Visiting the street some days ago, Marshal Kim Jong Un said that the Workers' Party of Korea would consider it as a main objective of construction in the future to build dwelling houses and rest homes for personnel in the fields of science and education.
His loving care for scientists greatly encourages science educationists.
We'll redouble our efforts to train more talented teachers."
Pak Ji Min, a department head of Kim Chaek University of Technology, said:
"House moving in Unha Scientists Streets is a happy event for all the local scientists.
Respected Marshal Kim Jong Un has treasured the scientists, attaching importance to science and highly appreciating their services.
Touring the apartment houses for scientists of Kim Il Sung University under construction, he said apartment houses would be built next year for scientists of Kim Chaek University of Technology, adding that the teachers who have dedicated all their life to bringing up the rising generation and training talents of the country are patriots and that there is nothing to spare for them.
I'll train more talents greatly helpful to the building of a thriving socialist nation by bringing about a new turn in education of the rising generation and science education."
Han Yong Gol, a merited scientist of Pyongyang University of Architecture, said that the scientists were enjoying wealth and glory under socialism before any other people, stressing that he would repay the loving care of the WPK with more scientific achievements.
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