Anti-U.S. and Anti-War Meeting Held in S. Korea

Pyongyang, July 24 (KCNA) — A national meeting of anti-U.S. and anti-war activists was reportedly held in Namwon, North Jolla Province on July 16 and 17 under the sponsorship of the Solidarity Council to Oppose the U.S. and War and Demand the Withdrawal of the U.S. Forces from south Korea.

It was attended by members of the same solidarity council active in different parts of south Korea, youth and students and artistes.

There were lectures at the meeting under the titles of “Let us usher in an era free from U.S. forces” and “How to greet August 15 for reunification and September 8 for independence”.

A resolution adopted at the meeting called for making this year a year which will witness the pullout of the U.S. forces and independent reunification through a fierce all-out struggle against the U.S.

The resolution stressed the need for the 70 million Koreans to drive the U.S. forces out of south Korea, the root cause of war, hotbed of crimes and an advance detachment for aggression, through a nationwide struggle to pull back the U.S. forces and bring an era of national prosperity.

The meeting was followed by an art performance reflecting the will of the participants to wage a vigorous anti-U.S. struggle for independent reunification.

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