Friday, 5 December 2014


Kim Jong Il to Be Remembered in Zimbabwe

Pyongyang, December 4 (KCNA) -- A Zimbabwean committee for honoring the memory of leader Kim Jong Il was formed on November 28.

The director of the International Relations Department of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front was elected advisor to the committee.

The committee decided to positively introduce the sacred revolutionary career and immortal exploits of Kim Jong Il and organize political and cultural events including a seminar and a film show in the period between November 28 and December 17.

Greetings to Kim Jong Un from Acting President of Zimbabwe

Pyongyang, September 12 (KCNA) -- Kim Jong Un, first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK, received a message of greeting from Joyce Teurai Ropa Mujuru, acting president of Zimbabwe, on August 28.

The message said that he extends congratulations to Kim Jong Un, and, through him, to the DPRK government and people on behalf of the Zimbabwean government and people and on his own behalf.
The message noted that Zimbabwe values the good relations with the DPRK.

It wished Kim Jong Un good health and the people of the DPRK peace and prosperity.

Kim Il Sung, Genuine Internationalist

Pyongyang, August 16 (KCNA) -- President Kim Il Sung had made big contributions to the cause of global independence in his lifetime.

During the anti-Japanese revolutionary war, he commanded many battles to defend the Soviet Union with arms. Under his leadership, the Korean People's Revolutionary Army had harassed the rear of the Japanese imperialists through powerful military and political offensives to check and frustrate their invasion upon the Soviet Union.

In the 1960s, he afforded sincere support to the Cuban people in their struggle to defend the country from the U.S. imperialists' aggression after the collapse of the pro-American dictatorship in Cuba. The DPRK's assistance to Cuba had continued whenever the latter suffered difficulties.

During the Vietnamese war, Kim Il Sung rendered unsparing military aids to the Vietnamese people in their anti-U.S. war of resistance for national salvation. At that time, Ho Chi Minh, the then Vietnamese president, praised Kim Il Sung as the savior of destiny and his real brother for heartily assisting Vietnam.

Kim Il Sung had always paid deep attention to the struggle of developing countries like Egypt, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Nicaragua and Tanzania to strengthen national power and build a new society, giving sincere aids and support to them.

The great feats performed by Kim Il Sung for global independence will be remembered forever by the world progressives.

Zimbabwean President Hopes for Korean People's Successes in Building Thriving Nation

Pyongyang, August 8 (KCNA) -- I wish the Korean people, dynamically advancing along the road of justice chosen by themselves under the leadership of HE Kim Jong Un, greater successes in building a thriving nation.

Robert G. Mugabe, president of Zimbabwe, said this when receiving credentials from DPRK Ambassador to his country Jo Yong Man on July 31.

He said he was pleased that the friendly relations between the two countries provided by President Kim Il Sung are continuing to develop favorably.

Greetings to Zimbabwean President

Pyongyang, April 18 (KCNA) -- Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium
of the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK, Friday sent a message of
greeting to Robert G. Mugabe, president of the Republic of Zimbabwe,
on the occasion of the 34th anniversary of its independence.

Expressing belief that the traditional relations of friendship and
cooperation between the two countries would grow stronger, the message
sincerely wished the president and people of Zimbabwe greater success
in their work to defend the stability of the country and achieve the
national unity and economic development.

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