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Letter to Kim Jong Un from Chongryon 23rd Congress
Pyongyang, May 25 (KCNA) -- Supreme leader Kim Jong Un received a letter from the 23rd Congress of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon) on Sunday.

The letter said the 23rd Congress of Chongryon, which was successfully held under the deep care of Kim Jong Un, proudly reviewed the work of its 22nd term and discussed and decided the orientation of its work and main tasks for the four years to come.

The letter expressed the will to develop Chongryon, a patriotic legacy of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il and overseas Koreans' organization of Kim Jong Un, into a powerful organization with a steadfast tradition, strong popular base and a bright prospect, thus advance the movement of Koreans in Japan along the path of Juche only.

The letter went on:

The officials of Chongryon and Koreans in Japan will cherish deep in their minds Kim Jong Il's patriotism and make tangible contributions to the building of a thriving socialist nation by sharing their destinies with those in the homeland and wage a dynamic struggle for putting an end to the outside forces' interference and achieving the independent and peaceful reunification of the country by concerted efforts of the nation.

As instructed by Kim Jong Un all officials of Chongryon will become true servers of the compatriots who give play to their patriotic enthusiasm, always living and working with them, and exert all efforts for providing a happy and abundant future to the compatriots and their descendants.

The letter made a pledge to live up with loyalty to the deep trust and great expectation of Kim Jong Un by working hard as vanguard in implementing the tasks set forth in his congratulatory message and the decision of the congress of Chongryon, its embodiment, and registering shining results in its work with conviction of sure victory despite the desperate moves of the enemies inside and outside Japan to stifle Chongryon and manifold difficulties and stern ordeals.

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