|calendar>>July 22. 2013 Juche 102|
Kim Il Sung's Exploits in War Praised by Newspapers of Various Countries
| Pyongyang, July 22 (KCNA) -- Newspapers of various countries dedicated special write-ups to the 60th anniversary of the Korean people's victory in the great Fatherland Liberation War.
The July 3-10 issue of the Russian newspaper Khabarovski Ekspres allotted one whole page to photos of President Kim Il Sung and the dear respected Kim Jong Un and articles under various titles.
The newspaper in an article titled "Day of the Korean people's victory" said:
It occupies a particular page in the world history of wars that the young DPRK brought the U.S. to his knees though it boasted of being "the strongest" in the world.
The Korean people's victory in the war would have been unthinkable without the superb commanding art of the President.
The service personnel of the Korean People's Army emerged strong in faith and performers of heroic feats and no force on earth can match such army and people.
Clark, commander of the "UN Forces", who signed the Korean Armistice Agreement little short of a document of surrender on July 27, 1953 admitted that it was thanks to the skilled command of Kim Il Sung that the army of north Korea achieved successes.
The President's exploits performed for victory in the war will shine forever.
The newspaper in an article titled "The battle recorded in the history of the DPRK" introduced in detail the battle for liberating Taejon, an example of the modern siege warfare, adding that a lot of military miracles were wrought in the past Korean war.
The July issue of the Peruvian newspaper Accion Nacionalista carried an article disclosing the true colors of the U.S. as a provoker of the Korean war.
The Nepalese newspaper Majodur on July 15 in an article titled "U.S. moves against the DPRK" recalled that the U.S. has ceaselessly made a nuclear war drumbeat against the DPRK.
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