AINDF Pyongyang Mission Chief Interviewed

Date: 13/06/2018 | Source: KCNA.kp (En) | Read original version at source

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Pyongyang, June 13 (KCNA) -- Pak Su Chol, chief of the Pyongyang mission of the Anti-Imperialist National Democratic Front (AINDF), was interviewed by KCNA Wednesday on the occasion of the 18th publication anniversary of the June 15 joint declaration.

In the interview the chief said that the whole life of leader Kim Jong Il is a history of devotion by the peerless patriot who opened a great chapter in the history of national reunification movement, adding:

Koreans at home and abroad remember the venerable image of Kim Jong Il inking the reunification declaration that made a breakthrough in putting an end to the 55-year-long history of confrontation and antagonism.

The June 15 joint declaration is a precious fruit of his idea and line of independent reunification and outstanding and seasoned leadership.

A new milestone of independent reunification is shining in the path ahead of our fellow countrymen as a beacon.

Kim Jong Un, respected chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, opened up an epoch-making phase in the development of the inter-Korean relations in the historic place Panmunjom, shouldering the destiny of the country and nation on himself.

The Panmunjom Declaration is a programme of independent reunification in a new era of history, the era of Kim Jong Un, which inherited the June 15 joint declaration and the October 4 declaration provided by Kim Jong Il.

Thanks to the great sun illumining the 3 000-ri land of Korea, the future of the 80 million fellow countrymen is rosy and a reunified powerful country is sure to emerge.

The AINDF vanguard fighters and patriotic people from all walks of life will turn out to make a new history of peace, prosperity and reunification under the banner of the Panmunjom Declaration. -0-

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