Wednesday, 4 July 2018

ASSPUK,JISGE , UK KFA and BSCPRKP on the 46th anniversary of the July 4th north-south joint statement

  4th of July Juche 107(2018)                      
The Association For the Study of Songun Politics UK(ASSPUK), the Juche Idea Study Group of England(JISGE) , the UK Korean Friendship Association(UK KFA) and the British Solidarity Committee for Peace and Reunification on the Korean Peninsula (BSCPRKP) issued the following joint statement on the occasion of the 46th  anniversary of the historic July 4th north-south joint statement.
  The July 4th joint statement stands out as a great landmark in the history of the struggle for the reunification of Korea.It was this statement that established the  three basic fundamental principles of national reunification, that became the three charters of national reunification namely independence, peace and great national unity. It was signed thanks to the persevering efforts of the great leader President  KIM IL SUNG who made reunification the central task.
    The 4th of July joint statement was a creative application of the great Juche idea to the question of the reunification as laid down the principle that reunification should be achieved by the efforts of the Korean people without interference from outsiders. Thus the Juche-orientated thought of the great leader comrade KIM IL SUNG was fully  realised by  the 4th July statement.  The 4th of July statement fully reflected the will and aspirations of the Korean people to reunify Korea independently . It set out a most realistic policy to peacefully reunify Korea.
The hopes of the entire Korean people north and south for reunification which rose higher because of the 4th of July statement were torn asunder by the fascist puppet regime of Park Chung Hee. Today the Park Chung Hee of the 21st century is opposing Korean reunification and negating all previous accords and agreements on Korean reunification.
  Now thanks to the efforts of dear respected Marshal KIM JONG UN the 3rd and 4th inter-Korean summits have been held and the struggle for independent and peaceful reunification has gained a new momentum.


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