Kim Jong Un’s Election as Chairman of WPK Celebrated in Belarus, Austria, Guinea

Pyongyang, May 21 (KCNA) — Meetings for congratulating Marshal Kim Jong Un on his election as chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) were held in Belarus, Austria and Guinea from May 12 to 16.

The first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Workers’ Party of Belarus who doubles as chairman of the Standing Presidium of the Belarus National Association of Friends of Korean People Named after Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il warmly congratulated Kim Jong Un on his election as chairman of the WPK at its Seventh Congress, adding:
The historic party congress put forward the orientation and tasks for dynamically stepping up the building of a thriving socialist nation upholding the Songun politics and the line of simultaneously developing the two fronts on a new stage for accomplishing the cause of the Juche revolution.
It also set forth the policies for the peace and reunification on the Korean peninsula and lines for achieving the cause of global independence under the uplifted banner of national independence and great national unity.
Thanks to Kim Jong Un’s wise leadership, the WPK and the Korean people will keep to socialism and achieve huge successes in accomplishing the cause of the Juche revolution.
Personages of the Vienna, 21 County Committee of the Communist Party of Austria and the Solidarity Committee of Unionists for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea in Austria expressed belief that the WPK headed by Kim Jong Un will always lead the Korean people to the road of independence, Songun and socialism true to the behests of the preceding leaders.
The director general and the section chief of the Kim Il Sung Institute of Agricultural Science in Guinea said there are so many parties in the world but no other revolutionary party is as invincible as the WPK and that the Korean people guided by Kim Jong Un will always emerge victorious and glorious.

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