Today, the Japanese authorities have gone to extremes in openly distorting the history and erasing the historical facts of sexual slavery and forced drafting of Koreans committed by Japanese militarism.
Japanese authorities, at its cabinet meeting held on April 27, adopted what is called a “Written Answer” to the issues of sexual slavery and drafting of Koreans forced by the Japanese imperial army.
In the “Written Answer”, Japan stated its government position that the expression “comfort women for the army” is not appropriate for the victims of the sexual slavery as it may lead to misunderstanding and therefore, should be termed “comfort women”.
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The world progressive peoples still carry heartwarming feelings for the immortal feats of President Kim Il Sung who, 44 years ago, extended unreserved support and encouragement to the Gabonese people in their struggle to build a new society.
President Kim Il Sung gave a cordial reception to the then President of the Republic of Gabon, Mr. El Hadj Omar Bongo who visited the DPRK from May 9 to 12, 1977, greeting him at the airport and personally accompanying him to his place of stay.
The president, deeply moved by warm welcome of the hundreds of thousands of people lined along the road, said in excitement that he had never been exposed to such a large-scale welcome as the one from this great and beautiful country, expressing once again his heartfelt thanks to President Kim Il Sung.
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It has been 76 years since the world democratic forces achieved a brilliant victory in the Second World War, which had plunged the whole world into chaos of rampant destruction and slaughter and brought misery and pain to hundreds of millions of peoples.
Though many years have passed, the humankind still lives with incurable wounds of distress, which the fascists inflicted by committing the armed invasion and untold barbaric human slaughter claiming a great number of lives in a wild dream to fascistize and enslave the whole world.
The United Nations General Assembly at its 59th Session declared 8 – 9 May as a time of remembrance of all victims of the Second World War and on these days, encourages all countries to achieve national reconciliation and unity, not forgetting the lessons drawn from the war.
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Thanks to the noble love of the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un for the coming generation and future, the song “We are the Happiest in the World” echoes as ever on this land year after year and generation after generation.
In the top-notch stylish Camps of Children’s Union and Palaces of Schoolchildren and Orphans’ Primary and Secondary Schools fit with wonderful educational conditions and environment, all the schoolchildren are learning to their hearts’ contents in the benefit of free education under the warm care of the state while making their beautiful dreams come true and carrying their wishes into full effect. All the children also grow up in good shape of health under the free medical care system and the policy on preventive medicine.
The world of humanity, where even the words of “sorrow of an orphan” were gone for good, spreads open as the Party and state set up the orphanages and baby homes at scenic spots and the whole society shows tender loving care to the orphans as their own flesh and blood.
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Respected Comrade Kim Jong Un received a floral basket and a congratulatory letter from Atul Malhari Gotsurve, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of India to the DPRK, on the occasion of May Day, international celebration of the working peoples of the world.
The floral basket and the congratulatory letter were conveyed to an official concerned of the DPRK on April 29.