Pyongyang, April 3 (KCNA) — Special write-ups were posted by organizations of Brazil and Peru on their websites on March 12 and 28 to mark the birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung.
The Brazilian Committee for Solidarity with the DPRK posted an article titled “Beaming image” illustrated with a portrait of the smiling President.
The article said that the portraits of the smiling President can be seen anywhere in the DPRK.
The President, who was born at a time when Korea was under the Japanese imperialist military occupation, embarked upon the road of revolution in his teens and founded the Juche idea and Songun idea, the guiding idea of the Korean revolution, and the cause of human independence.
He conducted energetic ideological and theoretical activities during his protracted leadership over the revolution to enrich the Juche idea and Songun idea into an encyclopedic guideline of the struggle for sovereignty, independence and socialism and a mental treasure common to humankind.
He led the Korean revolution to victory and encouraged the cause of human independence with his extraordinary leadership, the article noted, introducing the feats he performed for the national liberation, party and state building and national reunification.
The Peru-Korea Institute of Culture and Friendship posted articles titled “Peerlessly great man” and “Invincibility of socialist Korea” accompanied with a photo of the smiling President and a photo showing the invincible might of the powerful revolutionary Paektusan army.
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