Tuesday, 1 May 2018
Letter to Kim Jong Un from AINDF Central Committee
Pyongyang, May 1 (KCNA) -- The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un received a congratulatory letter from the Central Committee of the Anti-Imperialist National Democratic Front (AINDF) on April 29.
Noting that he left sacred traces of guidance for national reunification in Panmunjom, a place symbolic of the history of division and pain, confrontation and hostility, getting rid of the bitter pain lasting over 7 decades with which the nation was subject to all storm and stress along with the balmy spring weather in April, the letter said this was a great event that opened up a new chapter for national reconciliation, unity, peace and prosperity.
The historic April north-south summit and the publication of the Panmunjom declaration are manifestation of the intense loyalty of the respected Chairman of the State Affairs Commission to implement without fail the behests of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il for reunification associated with their untiring efforts and patriotism, it said, adding:
They are also a valuable fruition of your ardent patriotism, firm will for reunification, great magnanimity and bold decision to make a decisive turn in the south-north relations through the great unity of the whole nation, as intended by the preceding great leaders, and thus build a dignified and prospering reunified power in this land.
Noting that Kim Jong Un, identical to Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il, dedicates his all to achieving national reunification, the cherished desire of all Koreans, deeming it as his noble mission, the letter praised him as the great creator of new history of reunification, beacon of hope for all Koreans and the sun brightening whole Korea.
The April 27 summit and Panmunjom Declaration, manifestation of Kim Jong Un's bold decision and strong will, provided all Koreans ardently aspiring after national reunification with great confidence and optimism and marked a new milestone in their efforts for carrying out the cause of reunification, the letter said. -0