Pyongyang, October 28 (KCNA) — 220-odd political parties and organizations of south Korea including the People’s Party, the People’s Democratic Party, the People’s Action for Peace against War and the Confederation of Trade Unions reportedly formed the No-Trump Joint Action on Oct. 28 and launched a solidarity struggle, according to media reports.
The Joint Action held a press conference on the formation in Seoul and made public its action plan that day.
Speakers at the conference took out their rage, saying that the tense situation on the Korean peninsula would get sharper with Trump’s visit as an occasion
They called on the public to turn out in the campaign for blocking the Trump’s planned visit to south Korea.
Noting Trump is not entitled to set his feet on the south Korean land, they urged him to promise to apologize for his reckless remarks at once and not to ignite a war.
Then, the organization made public an action-launching declaration.
The Joint Action is about to launch diverse actions as it set the period from October 30 to November 8 as a No-Trump action week.
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