Events Held at DPRK Missions Overseas to Celebrate Seventh Congress of WPK

Pyongyang, May 22 (KCNA) — Events took place at DPRK missions in different countries from May 12 to 17 to celebrate the successful Seventh Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK).

They included receptions and film shows at the DPRK missions in Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Hong Kong of China, Kuwait, Bulgaria and France, and the DPRK permanent mission at the UN Office and international organizations in Geneva and the DPRK permanent mission at the UN.
The participants of the film shows watched Korean films “Grand Celebration of 70th Founding Anniversary of Workers’ Party of Korea in Presence of Respected Comrade Kim Jong Un” and “My Country Has Emerged Victorious by Dint of Single-minded Unity.”
The director of the Office of the General Secretary of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea said that supreme leader Kim Jong Un’s election as chairman of the WPK was a historic event of weighty significance in the struggle for carrying out the just cause of the WPK and the people of the DPRK.
The national chairman of the People’s Progressive Party of Nigeria praised Kim Jong Un as a great statesman and ever-victorious brilliant commander wisely guiding the Korean people’s struggle for defending the sovereignty of the country and building a thriving socialist nation with his seasoned and tested leadership.
The chairman of the Kuwait Asian Journalist Association noted that the DPRK would build a thriving nation to be proud of in the world and win a sure victory in the fierce confrontation the U.S. imperialists as it has Kim Jong Un, creditable successor to the intention and cause of the preceding leaders, as chairman of the WPK.
The international secretary of the Radical Party of Left of France and the international secretary of the Central Committee of the French Revolutionary Communist League said the Seventh Congress of the WPK proved that it has a rosy future, expressing their will to intensify the movement for supporting the just cause of the Korean people.

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