U.S. Forces Pullout from S. Korea Demanded

Pyongyang, July 14 (KCNA) — Meetings for solidarity with the Korean people were held in France, Austria, Democratic Congo and Benin from June 24 to July 1 on the occasion of the month of anti-U.S. joint struggle (June 25-July 27).

Displayed in the venues were photos showing Kim Jong Il’s Songun leadership exploits, the Korean people in their struggle for national reunification and photos revealing the U.S. imperialists’ moves for another Korean war and against the DPRK.

Andre Aubry, delegate president of the France|Korea Friendship Association, in his speech said that a new phase was opened up for Korea’s reunification in recent years thanks to the publication of the historic June 15 North-South Joint Declaration, a product of the bold decision of Kim Jong Il, and urged the U.S. to pull back its troops from south Korea and drop its hostile policy toward socialist Korea.

Thomas Losh, chief of the Group of Youth for the Study of Kim Jong Il Juche Idea in Vienna, said that though the U.S. imperialists are making desperate efforts to isolate and stifle the DPRK, they are futile.

Otete Gaston Mboyo, chairman of the Democratic Congo|Korea Friendship and Solidarity Association, flailed the U.S. for its undisguised moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK and ignite a nuclear war, calling on the world to be vigilant against the U.S. blatant interference in internal affairs of other countries and aggression against them.

Juche idea adherents in Benin held solidarity meetings in 12 cities at which they decided to conduct positive activities in support of the Korean people’s just cause.
Messages of solidarity to Kim Jong Il were adopted at the meetings in France and Austria.

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