Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Election as WPK General Secretary Observed Abroad
Just because we haven't had any for awhile...
(KCNA) The sixth anniversary of leader Kim Jong Il's election as general secretary of the Workers Party of Korea and the 58th anniversary of the WPK were celebrated in many countries. Celebration meetings were held in Moscow, London and Berlin and by the Mt. Paektu Czech-Korean Friendship Association and the France-DPRK Society for Encouraging Commercial, Industrial and Cultural Planning and Development between October 1 and 4.
Chairwoman of the Party for Peace and Unity of Russia, S.Z. Umalatova in a speech said that there is no other party in the world but the WPK that has thoroughly defended the interests of the people and done so much work for them. General Secretary of the Central Committee of the New Communist Party of Britain Andy Brooks said that under the leadership of Kim Jong Il the WPK has developed into a powerful party which repulses all sorts of challenges of the imperialists and leads the Korean revolution to victory, a militant party which installs conviction and encouragement into the revolutionary parties and peoples of the world. The New Communist Party of Britain will conduct a positive solidarity movement for supporting the just cause of the WPK, he stressed.
|How'd he ever manage to get elected head of the Korean Workers Party when he's never had a job? Or should I ask? |
Letters of greetings to Kim Jong Il were adopted at the meetings. DPRK photo exhibitions and film shows were held at the External Policy Institute and Jane Property Corporation of India, the building of the Peruvian National Journalists' Association and the House of National Culture of Uganda on October 2.
|"Look for it in a neighborhood near you!" |
|And a wonderful time was had by all! |
Posted by: Fred Pruitt 2003-10-12