Pyongyang, August 6 (KCNA) — A meeting was held in Mongolia and a meeting and a photo exhibition in Britain on July 27 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Korea.
The vice-chairman of the Mongolia-Korea Friendship Society in a speech said that President Kim Il Sung embarked upon the road of revolution in his early years and liberated Korea. He built it into a powerful socialist state, independent in politics, self-supporting in economy and self-reliant in national defence, and devoted his all to the reunification of the country, the speaker added.
Today the Korean people, under the Songun revolutionary leadership of Kim Jong Il, he said, are working hard to build a great prosperous powerful socialist nation and reunify the country peacefully by the Korean nation itself under the banner of the June 15 North-South Joint Declaration.
The liberation of Korea is unthinkable apart from the leadership feats of the three generals of Mt. Paektu, the general secretary of the Federation of Peace and Friendship Organizations of Mongolia said, noting: As Mt. Paektu is a sacred mountain of Korea we attach weighty significance to the “meeting dedicated to great persons of Mt. Paektu” and will dispatch a delegation to this event to highly praise the feats of the three generals of Mt. Paektu.
The chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Britain (Marxist-Leninist) said that Kim Il Sung is the great leader of the Korean people who retook the lost country and built a powerful socialist state and an iron-willed commander and a gifted strategist who defeated U.S. imperialism boasting of being the “strongest” in the world and started it on the downhill.
A congratulatory message to Kim Jong Il was adopted at the meeting in Mongolia in the joint name of the Mongolia-Korea Friendship Society, the Kim Il Sung Kindergarten in Overhangay Province, the Kim Jong Il Kindergarten in Darhan Ol Province, the Kim Jong Suk Kindergarten in Ulan Bator and a company of Mongolia.
Meanwhile, film shows and lectures were held by the Secretariat of the Pan-African Movement and in Democratic Congo and Botswana from July 26 to 3
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