Pyongyang, September 20 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun today stresses that the policy speech of the President Kim Il Sung (May 24, 1990) is a highly important guideline which must be consistently maintained by the Workers’ Party and people of Korea.
The policy speech is, first of all, a revolutionary banner which indicates the way of accomplishing Korean-style socialism, the daily says, and goes on:
It gives a scientific exposition of the advantages of Korean-style socialism based on the Juche idea and clarified the tasks and ways of fully displaying the socialist advantages.
All these tasks and ways are based on the law of the development of socialist society, actual requirements of the Korean revolution and the rich experience gained by the President while leading the socialist cause of Juche for a long period.
The policy speech is also an immortal platform which comprehensively indicates the way of achieving the independent and peaceful reunification of Korea.
It indicates how to realize the cause of national reunification at an early date to meet the urgent desire of the whole nation. Among them are ways of easing tensions on the Korean peninsula and creating a peaceful circumstance for national reunification, of pulling down the barrier of division and realizing free visit and total opening between the north and south, of developing external relations on the principle of creating international circumstances in favour of the independent and peaceful reunification of the country and of forming a nationwide united front for reunification.
The policy speech is also a revolutionary banner to defend and advance the socialist cause and realize global independence.
Included in it are the way of smashing the imperialists’ moves to disintegrate socialism and defending the socialist banner, the question of achieving the unity of the world progressive people in the struggle to prevent war and defend peace and the question of strengthening friendship and solidarity among the world people for global independence.
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