August 12, 2022
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National seminar held in DR Congo

Date: 27/06/2022 | Source: Voice of Korea (EN) | Read original version at source

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A national seminar on the undying revolutionary exploits of the great leader Kim Jong Il and the leadership exploits performed by the respected Kim Jong Un over the past 10 years was held in Kinshasa of the Democratic Congo on the occasion of the 58th anniversary of Kim Jong Il's start of work at the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea.

Present at the seminar were the Chairman, the Secretary General and the Deputy Secretary General of the Democratic Congolese National Committee for the Study of the Juche Idea, chiefs of the study groups and other Juche idea followers.

In his keynote report at the seminar, the Chairman of the Democratic Congolese National Committee for the Study of the Juche Idea said June 19, 1964 when leader Kim Jong Il started his work at the Central Committee of the WPK is a day of great importance which brought about an epochal turn in the strengthening and development of the WPK. He highly praised Kim Jong Il for his immortal exploits in the leadership of the Party.

He said the cause of leader Kim Jong Il is being brilliantly carried forward by the respected Marshal Kim Jong Un, and continued: Under the leadership of Marshal Kim Jong Un, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea is working new miracles day by day, striking the world people with admiration, and it is also surprising the whole world in the emergency anti-epidemic campaign as well.

Speeches were made.

Speakers expressed their will to intensify the study and dissemination of the Juche idea in the Democratic Congo.

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