Meeting for Solidarity with Korean People Held in Cuba
Pyongyang, April 5
A meeting for solidarity with the Korean people was held in Havana on March 28.
Present there were delegates of political parties and organizations of various countries including Palestine, Colombia, Guatemala, Chile and Puerto Rico, who are residing in Cuba.
At the meeting the delegate of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine made a report in which he referred to the touch-and-go situation prevailing on the Korean Peninsula due to the mad-cap war provocation moves of the U.S. and the south Korean puppet forces, and to the countermeasures the
DPRK [Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea] has taken to cope with the hostile forces' moves for aggression.
Then followed speeches.
The delegate of the Colombian Revolutionary Movement said the U.S. has desperately kicked up the moves of aggression against other countries wherever they set their feet, massacring civilians and making them crippled. He termed the U.S. a country of aggression.
The delegate of the National Revolutionary Union of Guatemala said:
The on-going military drills of the U.S. and its allies are war drills targeting the DPRK to all intents and purposes. The U.S. should not underestimate the nuclear deterrence of the DPRK, he added.
The delegate of the Communist Party of Chile urged the UN Security Council to retract its "resolution on sanctions" against the DPRK and support its measures for self-defence.
A letter of solidarity to the dear respected Kim Jong Un was adopted at the meeting.