Pyongyang, August 30 (KCNA) — A seminar under the title “On the Immortal Exploits of Leadership in Founding the DPRK” was held at the building of the Romanian Workers’ Association under the co-sponsorship of the association and the Romania-Korea Friendship Association on Aug. 25 on the occasion of the 56th founding anniversary of the DPRK.
Chairmen of the associations and other speakers at the seminar noted that President Kim Il Sung set out the unique line of building a people’s power and wisely led the work to orient all the state lines and policies to fully reflecting the people’s will and meeting the interests of the people. They elaborated on the noteworthy achievements of the Korean people in socialist construction under his leadership.
Stressing that leader Kim Jong Il, carrying forward the cause of Kim Il Sung, has built a military power, pursuant to unique Songun politics, they said it is owing to mighty military capabilities that the Bush administration dare not open fire at the DPRK and the latter is standing against the U.S. with strong will of independence and national spirit of self-respect in the DPRK-U.S. confrontation over the nuclear issue.
On the same day, a round-table talk was held at the Tlustice Committee, Beroun County, of the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia of the Czech Republic.
The chairman of the Paektusan Czech-Korean Friendship Association in his speech at the round-table talk praised the immortal exploits of Kim Il Sung in founding the DPRK, noting that the DPRK is vigorously pushing forward the building of a great prosperous powerful socialist nation without vacillation in face of the moves of the imperialist combined forces to isolate and stifle it.
Film shows were held at the Secretariat of the Pan-African Movement, Pribram, the Czech Republic, and the Kim Jong Il Class of Kitante Primary School in Kampala City, Uganda, from Aug. 23 to 25. Screened there were Korean films including “Korea, the Land of Morning Calm” and “Korea Has Risen from Ruins.”
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