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Meeting Showing Shortcut to Anti-Japanese War
|Pyongyang, December 25 (KCNA) -- Eighty years has passed since President Kim Il Sung convened a meeting of leading personnel of the Korean Revolutionary Army and heads of revolutionary organizations in Wujiazi, Huaide County, on December 25, Juche 19 (1930).
The meeting was aimed to review the experience and lesson from the effort for implementing the policy advanced at the Kalun Meeting and take measures to make preparations for an armed struggle for the liberation of the country.
At that time the Japanese imperialists were bending all their energies to secure new colonies and expand their territory.
The top agenda of the meeting was to invigorate anti-Japanese activities in east Manchuria.
East Manchuria was adversely affected by a left adventuristic riot kicked up by factionalists and flunkies.
Some of the people in the area resented and antagonized communists.
Such being a situation, it was urgent to take a proper step to invigorate activities in east Manchuria.
Koreans amounted to about 80 percent of the population of the area, adjacent to Korea.
At the meeting Kim Il Sung called for restoring and expanding revolutionary organizations in the area and reactivating the revolutionary struggle in the area.
He also underscored the need to prepare for an armed struggle against the Japanese imperialists and strengthen solidarity with international revolutionary forces.
In his reminiscences "With the Century" Kim Il Sung said the Kalun Meeting reflected the Korean people's will to defeat the Japanese imperialists by force of arms and liberate the country and the Wujiazi Meeting reconfirmed the will and indicated a way for launching an anti-Japanese war as early as possible.
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