Solidarity for Peace against War Called for

Pyongyang, March 16 (KCNA) — The Peace Solidarity of Koreans in the U.S. reportedly called a press conference in Los Angeles, the U.S., on Mar. 10 three years after the U.S. invaded Iraq.

At the press conference the speakers said that peaceable residents in Iraq have been killed in cold blood and sustained immeasurable misfortunes and pains due to the Iraqi war of aggression by the U.S. They called upon all the people to wage a struggle to force the U.S troops out of Iraq as early as possible in solidarity with the world progressives.
To this end, they called for turning out as one in large-scale demonstrations for peace against war to be held simultaneously in over 50 cities of the U.S. and all other parts of the world on Mar. 18.

Then a “statement urging peace against war” was read out.

It strongly demanded Bush’s resignation and withdrawal of the U.S. troops and the south Korean “Jaitun” unit from Iraq, saying that the Iraqi war ignited by the U.S. is an illegal war of aggression.

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