Pyongyang, July 10 (KCNA) — Ugandan and Myanmar personages separately made public statements on June 29 and on July 3 to mark the 23rd anniversary of demise of President Kim Il Sung.
Daniel Rugarama, chairman of the Ugandan National Executive Committee of the Pan-African Movement, extended invariable support and solidarity to the Korean people’s efforts for defending and adding luster to the revolutionary cause pioneered and advanced by Kim Il Sung, saying that the DPRK could exalt its prestige with independence thanks to him.
Tin Tun, director of the Myanmar Medical Research Institute, said that Kim Il Sung led to victory the two revolutionary wars, turned the DPRK into the powerful socialist country independent in politics, self-supporting in economy and self-reliant in defence, and performed titanic feats for achieving the cause of global independence.
The director praised Kim Il Sung as an incarnation of virtues, who valued the people and ardently loved them, and the most outstanding leader in the 20th century and the peerlessly great man.
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