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Foreign Papers Observe Birthday of DPRK
| Pyongyang, September 5 (KCNA) -- Newspapers of Nepal and Bulgaria dedicated special write-ups to the 65th anniversary of the founding of the DPRK.
The Aug. 31 issue of the Nepali newspaper Jana Sata edited an article titled "Invincible Power" illustrated with a photo of President Kim Il Sung.
The paper said that the founding of the DPRK was a historic event which brought about a decisive turn in carving out the destiny of the Korean people. It went on:
The founding of the DPRK made it possible for the country, once eclipsed in the world map, to demonstrate its might as an invincible power which no country dares to provoke.
The DPRK is a military power with tremendous military muscle which no force can match.
It is pushing forward the building of an economic and sports power while exalting its dignity as a political and ideological and military power.
On the same day the Nepalese newspaper Janmabhumi carried an article titled "Icons of the DPRK" illustrated with a photo of Kim Il Sung introducing the national flag and emblem of the DPRK.
The Aug. 1-15 issue of the Bulgarian newspaper Novo Rabotnichesko Delo carried an article titled "Struggle for Peace and Prosperity".
The paper said that the DPRK has made a great contribution to the world peace, recalling that it has pursued a consistent policy of loving peace from the first day of its birth.
The paper lashed at the U.S. for having ceaselessly worked hard to stifle the DPRK in order to realize its old ambition to dominate the world, escalating the tension on the Korean peninsula.
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