Anniversary of Kim Jong Il’s Start of Work at C.C., WPK Commemorated Abroad

Pyongyang, June 26 (KCNA) — Seminars were held by the Workers’ Party of Bangladesh and the FUNCINPEC Party of Cambodia, a meeting by the Nepal Worker-Peasant Party and a film show by a company of Indonesia between Jun. 12 and 18 on the occasion of the 42nd anniversary of Kim Jong Il’s start of work at the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea.

Korean film “The Rivers and Mountains of the Country Being Face-lifted under the Leadership of the Great General” was screened at the film show.

The chairman of the C.C., the Workers’ Party of Bangladesh in a speech praised Kim Jong Il for wisely leading the struggle to rally the popular masses as a socio-political force.

It is entirely thanks to the leadership of Kim Jong Il possessed of distinguished political caliber and traits of a great man that the WPK has successfully defended socialism, surmounting all sorts of challenges and trials of history, he said, adding: We will learn from experience of the struggle of the seasoned and tested WPK.

The director of the Secretariat of the FUNCINPEC Party of Cambodia in a speech highly praised Kim Jong Il as a peerlessly great man, adding that the future of the WPK is rosy as it is led by Kim Jong Il.

The chairman of the C.C., the Nepal Worker-Peasant Party said at a meeting that Kim Jong Il is the greatest statesman and leader of the progressive humankind in the present era.

Kim Jong Il firmly defended the Juche idea founded by President Kim Il Sung, the great leader of the Korean people, and further enriched and developed it as required by the present era and established the political mode of Songun to instill conviction and encouragement into the world progressives and deal a dreadful blow to the imperialists, he said, adding:

Thanks to Kim Jong Il, the cause of global independence is sure to triumph.

A message of greetings to Kim Jong Il was adopted at the seminar held by the Workers’ Party of Bangladesh.

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