Pyongyang, May 8 (KCNA) — The third-day sitting of the Seventh Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) took place on Sunday.
Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the WPK, made a conclusion on the first agenda item “Review of work of the Central Committee of the WPK.”
In the conclusion he stressed on the important issues arising in carrying out the vital tasks set forth at the congress.
The congratulatory message presented to the Seventh Congress of the WPK by all the service personnel and people was read out at the meeting.
A report on the second agenda item “Review on the work of the Central Auditing Commission of the WPK” was made.
The reporter said the Party Central Auditing Commission confirmed that the party finance has properly performed its mission and duty and all financial activities have been conducted correctly on the principle of the party in the period under review on the basis of the audit data and reports of the review of the work of the auditing commissions submitted to the provincial party conferences.
He underlined the need to steadily improve the party’s financial management as required by the new era of the Juche revolution.
The congratulatory group of the Korean Children’s Union (KCU) entered the venue of the congress.
Members of the KCU presented a floral basket to Kim Jong Un, reflecting boundless reverence and loyalty of three million members of the KCU.
The congratulatory group of the KCU read out the congratulatory message to the Seventh Congress of the WPK.
There took place a study of the report on the review of the work of the C.C., the WPK made by Kim Jong Un.
The decision of the first agenda item “Review of the work of the C.C., the WPK” was adopted at the meeting with approval of all delegates.
The congratulatory group of the Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League entered the venue of the congress.
It presented a floral basket to Kim Jong Un, reflecting the minds of the five million young vanguard.
It read out the congratulatory message to the Seventh Congress of the WPK.
The congress goes on.
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