Pyongyang, January 16 (KCNA) — Foreign Party and State leaders voiced support for the Korean people’s struggle to reunify the country.
The Senegalese President, Abdou Diouf, when meeting with the outgoing Korean Ambassador on January 7, expressed solidarity with the Korean people in their efforts for national reunification, and hoped for peaceful reunification of the north and south of Korea.
Chairman Boris Petkov of the Executive Council of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party (Marxist) met the Korean Ambassador to his country on January 5 and voiced full support for the three charters of Korea’s reunification. Korea will surely be reunified in accordance with the three charters, he added.
General Secretary A.B. Bardhan of the National Council of the Communist Party of India, when meeting with the Korean Ambassador to his country on January 10, said:
“No one and no force on earth can break the indomitable will and faith of the Korean people rallied around the Great Leader General Kim Jong Il in one mind. The just cause of the Korean people led by him will win without fail.”
“The Communist Party of India will work harder to strengthen the friendly and comradely relations with the Workers’ Party and people of Korea and extend invariable support and firm solidarity to the Korean people in their cause of socialism and national reunification.”
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