Pyongyang, January 17 (KCNA) -- Officials of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon) expressed their firm will to make a radical advance in the struggle for bringing earlier a fresh heyday in the movement of Koreans in Japan upon receiving the report made by Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un at the Fifth Plenary Meeting of the Seventh Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK).
Nam Sung U, vice-chairman of the Chongryon Central Standing Committee, said that Kim Jong Un's report served as an undying great programme and a patriotic banner that instills confidence in the mightiness and the bright future of the socialist motherland into Chongryon officials and Koreans in Japan.
Kang Chu Ryon, vice-chairwoman of the Central Standing Committee of Chongryon who is also chairwoman of the Central Standing Committee of the Korean Democratic Women's Union in Japan, said that she would bring earlier a heyday in the movement of Koreans in Japan without fail, bearing in mind the militant slogan set forth by Kim Jong Un as one given to Chongryon officials.
Ko Tok U, chairman of the Tokyo Metropolitan Headquarters of Chongryon, noted that the revolutionary line set forth by Kim Jong Un served as an invincible treasured sword for turning misfortune into blessings and turning adversity into prosperity and a merciless sledgehammer to defeat the enemy who are making last-ditch efforts.
Kim Sang Il, chairman of the Kyoto Prefectural Headquarters, expressed his will to keep pace with the advance of the people in the homeland so as to go ahead with overall patriotic work more boldly and offensively.
Ko Haeng Su, chairman of the Kanagawa Prefectural Headquarters of Chongryon, said that he will conduct the bold offensive for making a breakthrough head-on as required by the basic idea, the basic spirit, of the Fifth Plenary Meeting of the Seventh Central Committee of the WPK, not to wait for the situation to turn better at the present time when Japanese authorities are intensifying suppression of Chongryon.
O Min Hak, managing director of the Standing Council of the Korean Federation of Workers in Commerce in Japan, stressed the need to conduct a courageous offensive campaign with innovative ways and by making Korean traders and industrialists in Japan give full play to their patriotic sincerity in order to break through head-on the hostile forces' maneuvers to stamp out the work of Chongryon and national education. -0-