Month of Anti-U.S. Joint Struggle Observed in Britain

Pyongyang, July 3 (KCNA) — A joint symposium of the British progressive parties and organizations on the U.S. hostile policy against the DPRK was held in London on June 24 on the occasion of the June 25-July 27 month of anti-U.S. joint struggle.

Harpal Brar, chairman of the C.C., Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist), made a keynote report at the symposium to be followed by speeches of representatives of different political parties and organizations.

They said that the U.S. provoked a war of aggression against the DPRK 56 years ago and has persistently resorted to robber-like military threats, sanctions and plots against it up to now.

Noting that the U.S. moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK are based on its invariable ambition for aggression to dominate Asia and the rest of the world with the Korean Peninsula as a springboard, they called for intensifying in Britain solidarity activities for supporting the struggle of the Korean people to cope with the ever more malicious tongue-lashing of the U.S. against the DPRK.

It was decided at the symposium to coordinate in a concerted way such solidarity activities of political parties and organizations and their anti-U.S. movement by regularly running the coordinating committee of friends of Korea and to organize a celebration rally on the day of the Korean people’s victory in the Fatherland Liberation War.

Present at the symposium were figures and members of the Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist), the Revolutionary Communist Party of Britain (Marxist-Leninist), the New Communist Party of Britain, the British Coordinating Committee of Friends of Korea, the British Friendship Society with Korea and the British Association for the Study of Songun Policy.

Present there on the invitation were officials of the DPRK embassy in London and a representative of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks.

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