Korea’s reunification was a lifelong desire of President Kim Il Sung. The President, who had experienced the dark clouds of national ruin and bloody road for national liberation, regarded national reunification as his lifetime mission.
History does not know such as the President who loved ardently his country and nation. The Korean people’s suffering caused by national division was his greatest pain.
The President provided a solid foundation for terminating intervention of the foreign forces and hastening the country’s reunification with the Korean nation in the north, south and overseas as the subject of reunification by advancing the three charters for national reunification.
His last autograph reflects a great ambition of father of the nation.
A professor in Seoul said to his students:
“The July 7, 1994 is the day that instilled President Kim Il Sung’s desire for reunification into the hearts of the Korean nation.”
His last autograph was followed by liberal signature of Chairman Kim Jong Il attached to the June 15 Joint Declaration and the October 4 Declaration.
The undying achievements made by President Kim Il Sung, who rallied the Korean nation under the banner of great national unity and led the movement for reunification into a nationwide patriotic action, would shine along with the history of the Korean nation.
It is the greatest privilege of the Korean nation to venerate supreme leader Kim Jong Un as the lodestar of national reunification.
Led by Kim Jong Un, the preceding leaders’ last instructions for national reunification would be surely realized.