Meeting for Solidarity with Korean People Held in India

Pyongyang, July 31 (KCNA) — A meeting for solidarity with the Korean people took place in India on July 10.

Present there were personages of various political parties and organizations of India and officials of the DPRK embassy in New Delhi.
Palam Sen Gupta, international secretary of the Communist Party of India, G. Debarajan, secretary of the Central Committee of the All-India Forward Bloc, Suneet Chopra, secretary general of the All India Indo-Korean Friendship Association, and others made speeches at the meeting.
The speakers said that the Korean people are dynamically advancing socialism under the unfurled banner of the Juche idea under the wise leadership of the Workers’ Party of Korea, adding that socialism of the DPRK is genuine socialism centered on the popular masses.
They denounced the U.S. for reducing south Korea into an outpost for a nuclear war and desperately disturbing Korea’s reunification.
Noting the ICBM test-fire of the DPRK is a manifestation of the strong will of the Korean people to continue sending the U.S. big and small “gift packages,” they congratulated the Korean people on their successes in the confrontation with the U.S.
They urged the U.S. to roll back its policy hostile to the DPRK without delay and withdraw its troops and nukes from south Korea immediately.

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