Anniversary of June 15 North-South Joint Declaration Observed Abroad

Pyongyang, June 24 (KCNA) — Foreign bodies posted special write-ups on their websites on June 14 to mark the 16th anniversary of the June 15 North-South Joint Declaration.

The France-Korea Friendship Association posted an article titled “June 15 North-South Joint Declaration is a realistic way of achieving peace and reunification of Korea” illustrated with photos of leader Kim Jong Il and Marshal Kim Jong Un.
The article recalled that the north-south summit was held in Pyongyang in June, 2000, in which the June 15 joint declaration was adopted to open up a new era of north-south dialogue for achieving the country’s reunification by the Korean nation itself. It also referred to the north-south relations that have reached a total deadlock after the emergence of the pro-U.S. conservative regime in south Korea.
The Seventh Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea reconfirmed that the June 15 joint declaration and the October 4 declaration are the great programmes common to the nation that should be consistently upheld in settling the issue of Korea’s reunification but the south Korean regime is denying it, the article noted.
The Anti-Imperialist Forum of Germany in an article titled “By providing landmark for national reunification” said the adoption of the June 15 joint declaration provided the Korean nation with the great joint programme for reunification and a landmark for independent reunification and helped them usher in a stirring era of independent reunification.
The historic Pyongyang summit and the publication of the June 15 joint declaration are the greatest exploits Kim Jong Il performed for the Korean nation.
The National Committee for the Study of the Juche Idea of DR Congo posted an article titled “Spirit of June 15 North-South Joint Declaration is immortal” and articles subtitled “By Korean nation itself”, “June 15 era of reunification” and “Immortal banner.”

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