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18th Meeting of Korean Youth Commercial Association in Japan Held
|Tokyo, July 7 (KNS-KCNA) -- The 18th meeting of the Korean Youth Commercial Association in Japan was held in Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture, Japan on July 5.
Present there were Pak Ku Ho, vice-chairman of the Central Standing Committee of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon), O Min Hak, director of the Economic Department of the Central Standing Committee of Chongryon, Kim Thae Ryong, chairman of the Central Standing Management Board of the Korean Youth Commercial Association in Japan, Ri Kwang Sang, chairman of the Nagano Prefectural Headquarters of Chongryon, Jong Won Hae, chairman of the Commercial Association in Nagano Prefecture, officials and members of the Korean Youth Commercial Association across Japan.
The meeting heard a congratulatory message sent by Marshal Kim Jong Un to the 23rd Congress of Chongryon.
Vice-chairman Pak Ku Ho made an address.
The association is reliably carrying forward the tradition of the patriotic movement, he said.
He called for more thoroughly and dynamically carrying out the decision of the 23rd Congress of Chongryon, true to the congratulatory message of Kim Jong Un.
Chairman Kim Thae Ryong made a report.
He said that during its 17th-term the association has made a great contribution to the development of national education and consolidated the organizations in all areas of Japan, playing a major role in the patriotic movement.
The target of the 18th-term work is to make the association take on full appearance as a dynamic youth organization and economic organization suited to the new era and changed working conditions, he noted.
He proposed the tasks to be fulfilled to significantly greet the 60th anniversary of Chongryon and the 20th anniversary of the association.
The chairpersons of the branches of the association across Japan made speeches.
Kim Thae Ryong was reelected chairman of the Central Standing Management Board of the Korean Youth Commercial Association in Japan.
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