Imagery reveals North Korea’s deceptions about ‘world’s largest’ greenhouse farm
Construction ongoing at Ryonpho despite state media claims to contrary, a month after Kim Jong Un attended grand opening
North Korea’s prestige project to build the “world’s largest” greenhouse farm in its east coast missile production stronghold remains incomplete, NK Pro analysis of satellite imagery shows, more than a month after leader Kim Jong Un officially opened the facility to state media fanfare.
The continued construction on the Ryonpho Greenhouse Farm and activity at a temporary worker camp on site contradict sustained propaganda that the military finished the project by Oct. 10 and that all construction workers left the site.
The fact that the facility doesn’t appear to be up and running
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