Pyongyang, April 28 (KCNA) — An international workshop for peanut breeders of African countries was given at the Kim Il Sung Institute of Agricultural Science in Guinea from April 4 to 8.
The Guinean minister of Agriculture and Livestock, addressing an inaugural ceremony of the workshop, expressed his sincere thanks to leader Kim Jong Il for sending competent Korean agriculturists to it.
Participants in the workshop from Guinea, Mali, Senegal, Nigeria and other countries noted that all the African people deeply revere President Kim Il Sung for the tireless efforts made by him for the development of agriculture in Africa and the south-south cooperation, adding that the workshop offered a good occasion of proving the vitality of the south-south cooperation in practice.
Praising Kim Jong Il for his Songun leadership exploits, they stated that the Korean people remain undeterred by any moves of the U.S. to isolate and stifle the DPRK thanks to his mighty Songun politics.
The participants adopted a letter to Kim Jong Il at its closing ceremony.
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