According to the report of the state media, North Korea is fronting a “significant, historic turning point” before a highly expected second summit between Kim Jong UN and Donald Trump.
The summit between the two global leaders – which will be followed the next time summit to come together again pursuing their summit in Singapore in June – is decided for Hanoi, in Vietnam on 27th-28th February.
All the recognition has been focused on whether the US team will offer to raise some economic approvals on North Korea, in return for Pyongyang drawing concentration towards initiatives of denuclearisation.
According to media sources, “It is time for us to tighten our shoe strings and run fast, looking for a higher goal as we face this decisive moment ”.
The sources also added, “ Our country is facing a significant, historic turning point”, without bluntly, citing the summit.
Earlier this month, the US President Donald Trump posted in twitter that North Korea will become a “great Economic Powerhouse under Kim”.
The US President also said, “ He may surprise some but he won’t surprise me, because I have gotten to know him & fully understand how capable he is”.
The Rodong Sinmun commentary invited North Koreans to make greater efforts to uplift the economy of the country.
The commentary also added, that North Korea is growing as a “ strong, socialist nation” and executing the true act of patriotism initiatives, which starts from one’s workplace.
Holding most of the mineral resources of the Korean peninsula, North Korea was richer than South Korea once. But due to decade long wrong proceedings and the departure of its former paymaster, the Soviet Union left it severely bankrupted.
Security Council of UN banned in 2017 the main export of North Korea – such as mineral resources, coal, fisheries, textile products to reduce its access to solid currency in response to the pursuit of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles to Pyongyang.