Monday, 20 September 2021

Pyongyang Covered with Roses.




 Roses can be seen everywhere in Pyongyang, the capital city of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

Taedong Riverside in Pyongyang



This is the scenery unfolded on the Taedong riverside in Pyongyang, the capital of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

Working Environment in the DPRK


Workers at the Pyongyang Kim Jong Suk Silk Mill in Pyongyang, the capital city of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, work and rest in these environments

Korea Rehabilitation Clinic for Children with Disabilities


Located in Pyongyang, the capital city of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the clinic helps preschool-age children with disabilities to rehabilitate and gives them special education. Persons and organizations from foreign countries and international organizations are interested in the cooperation and exchange with the clinic.

Landscaping in a Mountainous City



The excellent landscape goes well with the green woods around the city of Samjiyon in the highlands (1 300 m above sea level on average) in the northern part of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

 

2 140-Year-Old Tree


This 2 140 year-old Kumya ginkgo tree is 40m high and 16m round at the bottom.

The tree, whose crown is about 40m from east to west and about 50m from north to south, casts a shadow of about 2 000m2

Every year it bears hundreds of kilograms of fruit and its fallen leaves weigh almost 2 tons.

It is preserved as a natural living monument of the state.

ASSPUK , BGSJI , UK KFA and BSCPRKP on the 3rd anniversary of the September 18th Inter-Korean summit

ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF SONGUN POLITICS UK 

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20th of September Juche 110 (2021)

The Association For the Study of Songun Politics UK (ASSPUK) , the British Group for the Study of the Juche Idea, the UK Korean Friendship Association (UK KFA )  ,and the British Solidarity Committee for Peace and Reunification in Korea (BSCPRKP) issued a joint statement on the occasion of the 3rd anniversary of the September 18th 2018 inter-Korean summit and joint declaration:

A few days  ago ,on the 18th of September it was the 3rd anniversary of the September 18th inter-Korean summit. 2018 . The south Korean chief executive Moon Jae In visited Pyongyang and met respected Marshal KIM JONG UN . The two leaders also visited Mt Paektu  The September Joint Declaration was signed which committed both sides to reduce tension by not holding military exercises and to work together for the peace ,prosperity and  reunification . The September Joint Declaration was a big step forward on the road towards a lasting peace and to reunification .

  However the Korean people have not been able to travel far on the road of peaceful reunification because the south Korean side has failed to implement their side of the agreements  and has continued to pursue a policy of dependence on outside forces .. Moreover they allowed profoundly hostile actions towards the DPRK to take place as well as carrying out military exercises targeting the DPRK . This is truly shameful .

 

 Our organisations urge south Korea to abide by the terms agreed to  in the September Joint Declaration.

 Forward to peace ,prosperity and reunification !

KOREA IS ONE !

ASSPUK
BGSI
UK KFA
BSCPRKP