N.Korean construction workers complete framework of 70-floor skyscraper
Carcass built in less than three months, state media says, with recent photos corroborating progress
North Korean construction workers have completed the framework of a 70-floor skyscraper, the second highest building in Pyongyang, at the Ryomyong Street development zone, state media said on Monday.
“The completion of this framework means the wrapping up of those of dozens (sic) of high-rise apartment blocks in a little over three months, providing a sure guarantee of the finishing of Ryomyong Street within this year,” a report in the English language Pyongyang Times said, noting a July 30 completion date of its framework.
The news, if true, means over 200 meters will have been constructed by
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