“A new path” of socialist construction: North Korean street propaganda in March
DPRK continues to push heavy focus on the economy in street-level messaging, photos suggest
Street-level propaganda in North Korea last month continued the heavy focus on the economy seen late last year, images obtained by NK Pro showed this week.
In messaging seen both in the capital city of Pyongyang and in rural areas, posters and slogans on North Korean streets and roads called on citizens to “thoroughly implement” the tasks laid down by leader Kim Jong Un in his New Year’s speech and hailed the country’s “new path” towards development.
Traditional themes, too, of economic self-reliance and the need for citizens to work with a “do-or-die
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