After Kim Jong Un, North Korean military officials rarely visited the typhoon stricken area

According to Yonhap news agency on September 2, North Korea, including senior officials in charge of nuclear missile research and development, recently visited the typhoon stricken areas in order to minimize the agricultural losses caused by the typhoon and actively confront the second wave of Typhoon “mesak” this week. According to the report, Li Bingzhe, vice chairman of the Central Committee of the labor party, recently visited the typhoon stricken area of Huanghai Nandao to learn about the losses caused by typhoon Bawei. As a high-level military officer, Li Bingzhe rarely visits local areas, and even rarely goes to farms. < / P > < p > Li Bingzhe, believed to be responsible for North Korea’s missile and nuclear weapons development, was appointed to the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee last month. At that time, Kim’s move was interpreted as devolving some power to his cronies. < / P > < p > according to the KCNA report, during the inspection, Li Bingzhe stressed that grassroots party organizations and Party members need to further enhance their sense of responsibility, play a role, lead and help farmers give full play to their sense of mission as the masters of the national granary. In addition, Li also discussed the details of fertilization and crop cultivation methods in the farmland affected by the typhoon. < / P > < p > in addition to Li Bingzhe, six senior leaders of the labor party, including Park Fengzhu and Jin cailong, visited the typhoon stricken area of South Huanghai Road. Pu Fengzhu, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, instructed that affected by the typhoon, we should pay close attention to the life of farmers and make more achievements in the overall recovery work. Last month, Kim Jong Un visited the typhoon stricken areas twice. According to Yonhap, on the one hand, Hokkaido is the largest granary in North Korea; on the other hand, the inspection is intended to highlight the image of national leaders who care about people’s safety. < / P > < p > however, North Korea will also face the threat of a second wave of typhoons. According to the report of China’s Central Meteorological Observatory, typhoon “mesak” turned north by East in the north of the East China Sea on the night of September 1, moving towards the south of the Korean Peninsula. It may land in the south coast of South Korea around midnight on September 2, and its strength will weaken significantly after landing. During the day of the 3rd, “mesak” will enter Northeast China from North Korea. “Mesak” may pass through the eastern part of the country, with rainfall of 400 mm in some areas on Wednesday and Thursday, North Korea’s “Labor News” reported on the 2nd. < / P > < p > the government is taking active measures to minimize the damage caused by the typhoon to farmland, factories and Fisheries in the region. “We need to take radical measures to prevent accidents and natural disasters,” the report quoted Kim as saying < / P > < p > South Korean media pointed out that under the epidemic situation and sanctions, North Korea’s economy is becoming increasingly difficult, coupled with several adverse factors such as rainstorms in recent days, Kim Jong Un is facing a triple test.