Rodong Sinmun Calls for Global Independence

Pyongyang, January 13 (KCNA) — It is the common task of humankind to achieve global independence. Only when anti-imperialist independent countries and nations struggle, aware of being responsible for the cause of global independence, can they display strong will power and practical ability and boost solidarity and unity among them.
Rodong Sinmun Thursday says this in a signed article.
It goes on:
The progressive countries aspiring after independence, socialism and justice are the main force in the struggle to achieve global independence.
All the anti-imperialist independent forces should unite as one in order to prevail over imperialism.
What is important for achieving their unity is for all the progressive forces, including the socialist movement, the non-aligned movement and the world peace movement to unite close under the banner of global independence. The communist and workers′ parties advocating socialism and other revolutionary parties should firmly maintain their anti-imperialist stand and firmly unite on the basis of comradely relations of mutual respect and cooperation.
The Workers′ Party of Korea and the DPRK government have worked hard for global independence, regarding it as their noble task and international obligation to struggle for the cause.
The world socialist movement was saved from its temporary crisis and has since made dynamic progress under the banner of the Pyongyang declaration. The NAM has creditably performed its mission and role, augmenting its position as a strong independent force against imperialism in the present era. These would be unthinkable without positive activities and efforts of the WPK and the DPRK government.
They will as ever carry on the staunch struggle to achieve global independence, concludes the article.

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