Chairman Kim Jong Il Lauded Abroad

Celebrations and book and photo exhibitions were held in Norway, Denmark, Finland, Brazil and Mexico between February 12 and 21 on the occasion of Chairman Kim Jong Il‘s birth anniversary.

Personages of various strata and masses in those countries attended the events.

Dag Norum, chairman of the Ostfold County Committee of the Communist Party of Norway, said that Kim Jong Il wisely led the struggle for a brighter future of the DPRK on the basis of the Juche idea.

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Chairman Kim Jong Il‘s Revolutionary Exploits Praised by Foreign Media

Foreign media gave special write-ups titled “Image of great man”, “For ideal and peace of mankind”, “The country of rosy future” illustrated with portraits of smiling Chairman Kim Jong Il and his photos on the occasion of his birth anniversary.

The Congolese newspaper Le Patriot on February 4 said that under the guidance of Kim Jong Il, the Workers’ Party of Korea developed into the ever-victorious party, the Korean People’s Army into the matchless army and the DPRK into the invincible socialist fortress.

The Tanzanian paper Uhuru on February 13 referred to the historic significance of Kim Jong Il‘s birth, noting that the Korean people celebrate with splendor his birth anniversary February 16 as the greatest holiday of the nation every year.

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Japan Will Ruin Itself: KCNA Commentary

The Japanese move is heating up in its naval intercepting operation against the DPRK.

Japan, who went mean last year, informing the Sanctions Committee of the UN Security Council of the DPRK’s possible transshipment on the sea, is confusing the international community this year again, claiming there is suspicion that the DPRK has received refined oil products from an unidentified ship in the open sea.

It is quite absurd as it is an evil-minded act of those who are sidelined in the trend of the regional situation.

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Chairwoman of Russian Federation Council Lauds DPRK

The reality in the DPRK shows again that no sanctions can ever bring its people to their knees, said Valentina Ivanovna Matvienko, chairwoman of the Russian Federation Council, at a news conference after attending the celebrations of the 70th birthday of the DPRK.

She said that the world has not yet witnessed such cruel sanctions like the ones put on the DPRK.

What is amazing is that the DPRK is making progress in the face of such harsh sanctions, she added.

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