A short course was offered to the participants in the Seventh Congress of the Socialist Women's Union of Korea in Pyongyang on Tuesday.
Ri Tu Song, department director of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, delivered a lecture at the short course.
It dealt with the principled and practical issues arising in turning the women's union into a powerful force and mighty political organization for the development of the state and society by bringing about a fundamental turn in its work as required by the developing revolution.
The lecturer said that the historic letter sent by General Secretary Kim Jong Un serves as a great programme clarifying the tasks and ways to rally the women's union members around the Party more closely and greatly inspire them to work hard for socialist construction at the time of a great turn in the Korean revolution.
The short course dealt with the issue of further intensifying the work for thoroughly establishing the General Secretary's unified leadership system.
Underlining the need to regard it as the core of its work to model the whole union on the revolutionary idea of the General Secretary, the lecturer called for intensively conducting the education in loyalty to the leader in various forms and by different methods.
The short course also covered the issues of thoroughly implementing the decisions of the seventh congress of the women's union by regarding the tasks set forth at the Eighth WPK Congress as guidelines.
It detailed the important issues arising in working out detailed plans for making the organizational and political work for thoroughly implementing the decisions of the congress a process of ideological mobilization, operation planning and assignment of tasks for awakening the officials and members of the women's union to their revolutionary duty.
The lecturer called on all the participants to live up to the great trust and expectations of the Party Central Committee by devotedly implementing the important tasks set forth in the historic letter of the General Secretary, cherishing absolute loyalty to the Party and the revolution, pure conscience and a high sense of obligation.
Before and after the congress, the participants visited Mangyongdae, the birthplace of President Kim Il Sung, the Korean Revolution Museum and the Pyongyang Kim Jong Suk Silk Mill, watched a film and conducted various other political and cultural activities.