Pyongyang, February 4 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun today carries an article titled “three charters are nation’s common programme for independent, peaceful reunification.”
General Kim Jong Il, in his celebrated work “Let Us Carry Out the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung’s Instructions for National Reunification,” defined as the three charters for reunification the three principles of national reunification, the Ten-Point Programme of the Great Unity of the Whole Nation and the proposal for the founding of the Democratic Confederal Republic of Koryo (DCRK) put forward by President Kim Il Sung.
The three charters, which indicate the basic principles and ways for Korean reunification, are guidelines to be taken in the accomplishment of the cause, the daily says, and continues:
As General Kim Jong Il said, the three principles of independence, peaceful reunification and great national unity are a cornerstone which provides a fundamental position and way for solving the reunification issue by the efforts of the nation and in conformity with its will and interests.
The “10-Point Programme of the Great Unity of the Whole Nation for the Reunification of the Country” is a political platform for achieving harmony and unity of the whole nation and strengthening the driving force of national reunification.
The DCRK founding proposal is a blueprint which shows how the country should be reunified and what the reunified state is like. It makes it possible to reunify the country in a fair way with the north and the south allowed to have their own ideology and system intact.
Indeed, the three charters are replete with the spirit of national independence, the spirit of regarding the nation’s dignity and sovereignty as life and soul. They also reflect ardent, patriotic desire to achieve harmony between the north and the south and the unity of the whole nation and win the independent and peaceful reunification of the country.
The three charters serve as the banner the Korean nation should always maintain in the efforts for reunification and the most just and realistic reunification programme common to the nation.
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