Statement Issued by Chief of AINDF Pyongyang Mission

Date: 08/07/2019 | Source: Uriminzokkiri (En) | Read original version at source

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Pyongyang, July 7 (KCNA) -- Pak Su Chol, chief of the Pyongyang Mission of the Anti-Imperialist National Democratic Front (AINDF), made public a statement on Sunday, 25 years after President Kim Il Sung left his last autograph on a document related to Korea's reunification.

The statement noted that the President pioneered the cause of national reunification and had led it to victory with his outstanding leadership and noble moral influence, taking to heart more than anyone else the tragedy of the territorial and national division by foreign forces.

He regarded it as his noble mission and as the biggest present for the fellow countrymen to reunify the country and, accordingly, signed a document related to the national reunification at the last moments of his great life, sitting up all night, it said, adding:

His historic autograph "Kim Il Sung 1994. 7. 7." vividly shows the great revolutionary career and patriotic intention of the President who devoted his all to the reunification and prosperity of the nation.

So, the great General Kim Jong Il saw to it that a monument to the President's autograph for national reunification was erected in Panmunjom to hand down his feats through generations.

Today, Kim Jong Un, respected chairman of the State Affairs Commission, brings about a new historic turn by wisely guiding the cause of national reunification associated with the lifetime of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il.

It is the faith and conviction of all the people in the south that the dawn of national reunification will surely break and the broad avenue to peace and prosperity will be paved as Kim Jong Un leads the Korean nation.

Our people's just struggle for bringing earlier the day of the independent reunification under the leadership of the peerlessly great man is sure to win. -0-

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