Kjo është aryeja pse Kim Jong Un nuk po frikësohet nga sulmet bërthamore (Foto/Video) - TV - Kosova Sot
Kjo ėshtė aryeja pse Kim Jong Un nuk po frikėsohet nga sulmet bėrthamore (Foto/Video)

Kjo ėshtė aryeja pse Kim Jong Un nuk po frikėsohet nga sulmet bėrthamore (Foto/Video)

Këto fotografi tregojnë pjesën e brendshme të metros Pyongyang 360 këmbë nën tokë, e cila do të mund të shërbej edhe si mbulesë në rast të ndonjë lufte nukleare me SHBA-të, transmeton Kosova Sot Online.

Pictures have emerged showing the inside of Pyongyang's 360ft deep metro system - that will double up as a nuclear bunker if war breaks out between North Korea and the USPictures show commuters using the world's deepest underground train system which includes two lines with a combined length of 18miles beneath North Korea's capitalWhile it is usually busy with commuters, the depth of the subway system means citizens could also use it as a shelter should tensions between North Korea and America boil over into full-scale war

Në fotografi shihen njerëzit e komunitetit duke përdorur sistemin më të thellë nëntokësor të trenit, i gjatë 18 milje  brenda kryeqytetit të Koresë Veriore.

Puna e konstruktimit të këtij projekti ishte filluar në vitin 1968 dhe u inagurua në vitin 1973 nga  Kim II Sung, gjyshi i diktatorit aktual Kim Jong-un.

Earlier this year, one of kim Jong-un's top officials insisted the country was 'not afraid' of the prospect of military action by the US. A female guard is pictured in the subway Construction work on the Pyongyang Metro started in 1968 and was inaugurated in 1973 by Kim Il Sung, the grandfather of current Kim Jong-un.French photographer Eric Lafforgue captured these images during a trip to the hermit state and said there were only 17 stations on two linesThe trains are old carriages from Germany which were bought up by North Korea in 1999 as they were heading for the scrap heapThe trains are old carriages from Germany which were bought up by North Korea in 1999 as they were heading for the scrap heapLafforgue said each station was named after 'the revolution' with stops including Comrade, Red Star, Glory, Liberation, Signal Fire, Rehabilitation, Victory, Paradise and Restoration

E megjithëse është një metro e trenit ai mund të shfrytëzohet edhe si mbulesë e sigurt në rast të shpërthimit të një lufte nukleare me SHBA. Më herët, gjatë këtij viti, një prej zyrtarëve të stetit kishte deklaruar se shteti i tyre nuk frikësohet nga Amerika dhe mbase i është referuar kësaj metroje.

Këto fotografi u shkrepën nga Eric Lafforgue dhe tregoi se kishte 17 stacione në dy linjat vajtje- ardhje.

Lick of paint: A North Korean looks at some artwork on the wall of the subway system in PyongyangGoing underground: A female guard monitors the flow of people in the subway system. Should war break out, citizens would use the network as a shelterThe subway would be the ideal place to escape Donald Trump's 'fire and fury' should full-scale war break out between the US and North KoreaEscalating tensions: Thousands of commuters use the network, which was built 360ft under the surface in the capital cityRush hour: Residents try to close the door of a packed train along Pyongyang Metro. At 361ft deep, the subway would also double up as a nuclear bunkerAccess to the subway system has historically been shut off to foreigners, but Pyongyang has recently arranged a limited number of tours for foreign media. Children are pictured opening a train door

“Çdo stacion e ka emrin sipas ndonjë revolucioni: Komrad, Ylli i Kuq, Lavdi, Liri, Fitore, Parajsë... dhe jo të emëruar sipas vendit ku realisht ndodheni. Të zbritni 120 metra nën tokë nuk merr shumë kohë, vetëm disa sekonda, dhe të ngjason me filma kur i dëgjon këngët patriotike gjithandej.” tregoi ai.

Pictures of North Korea's former supreme leaders hang on the walls of the trains, which are believed to have been imported from GermanyPictures of North Korea's former supreme leaders hang on the walls of the trains, which are believed to have been imported from GermanyCurrent affairs: A man reads newspapers fixed on to a stand in the middle of one of the Pyongyang Metro train stationsPyongyang claims the trains were built in North Korea, but despite attempts to conceal their origin, some old graffiti tags can be seen on the carriages (pictured)

(Kosova Sot)

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