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Events of Solidarity with Korean People Held Abroad

Pyongyang, July 24 (KCNA) — A lecture, a photo exhibition and a film show were held under the sponsorship of the Mfumalanga Provincial Committee of the South African Communist Party and the South African Association of Friendship and Solidarity with the Korean People and a meeting of solidarity with the Korean people under the sponsorship of the Society for the Promotion of the Relations between Austria and the DPRK and the Austrian Committee for Supporting Korea’s Reunification on July 15 and 16 on the occasion of the month (June 25-July 27) of anti-U.S. joint struggle.

On display at the photo exhibition were photos showing Songun leadership exploits of Kim Jong Il and the might of the heroic Korean People’s Army.

Moshabi Umtrala, vice-secretary of the Mfumalanga Provincial Committee of the South African Communist Party, in a lecture titled “Heroic Korean people who defeated the U.S. imperialists for the first time in history” said that the historic victory of the DPRK in the Fatherland Liberation War was the fruition of the wise leadership of Kim Il Sung, invincible and iron-willed commander, and the heroic struggle of its army and people closely united around him. Noting that the U.S. is resorting to the moves to stifle the DPRK instead of drawing lessons from its defeat in the Korean War in the 1950s, he stressed that under the Songun leadership of Kim Jong Il the Korean People’s Army has been prepared to destroy any provocative moves of the U.S. at one blow.

Adolf Pilz, chairman of the Society for the Promotion of the Relations between Austria and the DPRK, in a speech expressed his resolution to more activate the movement for supporting the Korean people in their efforts to force the U.S. troops out of south Korea and achieve independent and peaceful reunification of the country.

At the film show Korean film “The Korean People’s Army, Steel-like Ranks” was screened.

Image credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sheridansofasia/6044169949/

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