Pyongyang, August 27 (KCNA) — A national meeting for marking the 90th anniversary of the Young Communist League of Korea was held at the Central Youth Hall Sunday.
Present there were Choe Ryong Hae, officials concerned and officials of youth league, youths and students.
Jon Yong Nam, first secretary of the Central Committee of the youth league, said that with a scientific insight into the requirements of the developing revolution, President Kim Il Sung founded the Young Communist League of Korea on August 28, Juche 16 (1927).
At a significant meeting of proclaiming the formation of the Juche-oriented youth organization, the President made a historical speech “On the Occasion of the Founding of the Young Communist League of Korea” in which he clearly indicated the nature and the fighting task of the league, thus providing a militant banner for effecting an epochal turn in developing the Korean revolution and the youth movement, the reporter said, and went on:
With his outstanding ideological and theoretical activities and energetic leadership, leader Kim Jong Il firmly defended the youth movement ideology and leadership exploits of the President and developed them in depth, thus opening up golden days of the Juche-oriented youth movement.
Kim Jong Il set August 28 as the Youth Day and provided energetic leadership so that the youth of the new generation would carry forward the cause of the Juche revolution that started on Mt Paektu, by inheriting the glorious history and tradition of the Korean youth movement.
The Korean youth movement that was pioneered and advanced along the path of victory by Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il has greeted the days of fresh surge of its development thanks to respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.
The reporter called for waging a more dynamic struggle for the final victory of the socialist cause of Juche, the steady strengthening and development of the glorious Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism youth movement and the bright future of the great Paektusan youth power under the leadership of Kim Jong Un.
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