calendar>>September 21. 2011 Juch 100
63rd Anniversary of DPRK Marked by Foreign Papers

Pyongyang, September 21 (KCNA) -- Newspapers of Nepal, Bangladesh, Egypt and Indonesia carried articles on the 63rd anniversary of the DPRK.

The Sept. 5th issue of a Nepali newspaper carried an article titled "Warm Congratulations to Korean People" illustrated with photos of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il.

The Bangladeshi paper Ekota on Sept. 4 said it was the firm view of Kim Il Sung, founder of socialist Korea, that comprehensively reflecting and systematizing the will and wishes of the people precisely leads to an idea and line and policy.

Another Bangladeshi paper Natun Katha on the same day said the cause of Kim Il Sung has been successfully carried forward under the leadership of Kim Jong Il and the exploits of the President would shine forever with the eternal prosperity of socialist Korea.

The Bangladeshi paper Financial Express on Sept. 3 in an article captioned "Juche Idea and Korean People" introduced the appearance of the developing DPRK where the Juche idea has been embodied in all fields.

The Egyptian newspaper Al-Misaiya on Sept. 5 carried an article highly praising the undying feats performed by Kim Il Sung in the nation-building.

The Indonesian paper The First Times on Sept. 9 carried a special write-up interwoven with a photo of Kim Jong Il giving field guidance to the construction sites of the Huichon Power Station. The founding of the DPRK marked a historic event which paved the unique road of building people-centered socialism, the paper noted.

Copyright (C) KOREA NEWS SERVICE(KNS) All Rights Reserved.