Books about late North Korean leader Published in Mongolia

Pyongyang, November 1 (KCNA) -- Books were published in Mongolia in commemoration of the centenary of birth of President Kim Il Sung.

The book "The Sun of Juche Is Immortal" with portrait of the smiling President on its recto carries 8 reminiscences written by personages of different circles of various countries in praises of his personality as a great man and his noble internationalist obligation after receiving great loving care and benevolence from the President.

The reminiscences written by S. Surenjav, president of the J. Sambuu Herders Development Fund of Mongolia, and an ex-vice minister of Interior tell about stories that Kim Il Sung, not forgetting those who sincerely supported the Korean people in the period of the Fatherland Liberation War, met them and showed benevolent loving care for them during his visit to Mongolia.

The book includes reminiscences authored by Zhang Jinquan, son of Zhang Weihua, anti-Japanese revolutionary martyr of China, Zhou Wei, daughter of Zhou Baozhong, Chinese related to the anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle, etc.

The book "The Ideological Theory of Juche" with the portrait of General Secretary Kim Jong Il on the recto edits a paper written by N. Sarantuya, member of the Leadership Council of the Mongolian Mt. Paektu Association for Independent Development and researcher of Literary College of Mongolia, in which he asserted that the formulation of the ideological theory of Juche is an important event in human history that declared the overall realization of the Juche idea.

The book "Kim Jong Suk, Woman Commander of Mt. Paektu" with the picture of Kim Jong Suk, anti-Japanese heroine in military uniform, on the recto carries an article dedicated by D. Michka, general director of the Mongolian HUM Company Ltd., in which he gave his impression of his visit to the DPRK during when he inspected revolutionary battle sites and historic sites associated with the noble life of Kim Jong Suk.

The book "In Those Days of Friendship and Cooperation" with the picture of Kim Il Sung waving back to the cheering crowd together with Zh. Batmonh on the recto carries a touching reminiscence written by J. Tsevelma, member of the Leadership Council of the Mongolia-Korea Friendship Society, on the benevolent loving care shown by Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il for him.

Source:www.kcna.co.jp (Korean Central News Agency-a North Korean news agency)
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  1. Can't believe that this is still happening in Mongolia. The murderous North Korean regime praised in Mongolia.....

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