Pyongyang, Aug 25 (Prensa Latina) The existence of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries (Mnoal), the second largest organization of countries after the UN, is being defended today in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).
The aforementioned defense is played by the important DPRK newspapers Rodong Sinmun (RS), the official organ of the Workers' Party of Korea (PTC) and Minju Joson (MJ), official media of the government of this country.
The fact occurs on the anniversary of the 43rd anniversary of the incorporation of North Korea into this forum of political agreement consisting of 120 member countries, plus another 15 as observers.
RS recalls that the incorporation of the DPRK in 1975 to the group of countries raised the position and prestige of Pyongyang in the international arena.
The MJ newspaper said that the DPRK will be faithful in the future also to the principles and ideal of NAM and will fulfill its mission and duty in the materialization of the independence cause throughout the world.
Both newspapers of the capital recall that at present the movement faces complicated problems such as aggressions against its member countries, wars and intervention in internal affairs of the imperialists to their affiliates.
They urged the member nations of the Mnoal to continue the fight with more audacity than ever against the aggressive and warlike maneuvers of the imperialist forces.
Rodong Sinmun and Minju Joson mention that more than eight decades after the incorporation of the DPRK into the Mnoal, this country maintains the invariable position of actively contributing to the consolidation and development of the organization, in congruence with its foreign policy of independence.
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