DPRK Joint Statement Hailed in Mongolia

Pyongyang, January 26 (KCNA) -- A solidarity meeting took place in Mongolia on January 19 to support the DPRK joint statement of government, political parties and organizations.

D. Bilegt, general secretary of the Federation of Peace and Friendship Organizations of Mongolia, made an opening address at the meeting, which was followed by speeches.

Ch. Surenjav, chairman of the Mongolia-Korea Friendship Society, said that the important proposal made in the joint statement is very just.

L. Khaisandai, chairman of the Mongolian Mt. Paektu Association for Independent Development, noted that the DPRK advanced various proposals for peace and security of the Korean Peninsula and has striven for their materialization and that the Mongolian people have supported them.

A joint statement of the said Mongolian organizations was adopted at the meeting.

The statement expressed support for the DPRK's stand to improve the inter-Korean relations, promote national reconciliation and unity and make a turning-point in achieving peace and reunification of the Korean Peninsula through dialogue and negotiations.

We are quite sure that when the north and the south of Korea have face-to-face talks they would remove misunderstanding and distrust and have open-hearted discussion on the ways for peace and prosperity, it said.

Source:Korea Central News Agency (North Korea)

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