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Ugandan Body Calls for Pulling down Concrete Wall Dividing Korea into Two Parts
Pyongyang, January 6 (KCNA) -- The Ugandan National Executive Committee of the Pan-African Movement made public a statement on December 29 last year demanding the removal of the concrete wall built in the area south of the Military Demarcation Line.

It is 36 years since the south Korean authorities built the concrete wall at the prodding of the U.S. imperialists, the statement said, and went on:

The Ugandan National Executive Committee expresses serious concern over the continued existence of the wall dividing the Korean Peninsula into two parts.

The south Korean authorities should admit that the wall is a stumbling block lying in the way of all efforts of the Korean people for country's reunification and pull it down at once.

A peace treaty should be concluded between the DPRK and the U.S. and the barrier be pulled down.

We who fully support the peaceful reunification of the Korean Peninsula demand the immediate removal of the physical barrier such as the concrete wall.

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