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22 September 2004 - North Korea Special Weapons News

  • U.S. Denounced for Hindering Settlement of Nuclear Issue KCNA 22 Sep 2004 -- The Bush group some time ago wrote down "complete, verifiable and irreversible dismantlement of nuclear program" in the U.S. Republican Party platform, thereby getting more outspoken in revealing its intention to resort to coercion and preemptive attack on the DPRK.
  • Kim Jong Il Sends Wreath to Bier of Song Ho Gyong KCNA 22 Sep 2004 -- Leader Kim Jong Il sent a wreath to the bier of Song Ho Gyong, deputy to the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK, vice-director of a department of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea and vice-chairman of the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee, on Monday, expressing deep condolences over his death.
  • DPRK Delegations Leave Pyongyang KCNA 22 Sep 2004 -- Leaving here Tuesday by air were a DPRK delegation led by Kim Hyong Chol, director of the State Bureau for Quality Control, to participate in the 40th general assembly of the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva, a DPRK Maritime Bureau delegation led by Jong Yun Min, director of the State Maritime Control Bureau, to visit Singapore, Pakistan, Thailand and Cyprus and a delegation of the Korean Democratic Women's Union led by Pak Sun Hui, chairperson of its Central Committee, to visit Syria. A delegation of the Korean Central News Agency headed by Kim Pyong Ho, its deputy director general, left here on the same day by air to participate in the World Conference of News Agencies to be held in Moscow.
  • DPRK Cabinet Arranges Friendly Gathering KCNA 22 Sep 2004 -- The DPRK Cabinet arranged a friendly gathering at the People's Palace of Culture on Monday evening in connection with the successful close of the 9th Pyongyang Film Festival.
  • Tradition of Guarding Leader at Cost of Life Carried forward in Korea KCNA 22 Sep 2004 -- September 22 is the 55th death anniversary of anti-Japanese war hero Kim Jong Suk, a paragon of those who defended the leader at the cost of their lives.




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