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Seminar Held to Observe Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Work

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

   Pyongyang, August 11 (KCNA) -- A seminar was held Thursday to observe the 10th anniversary of the publication of the famous work of Kim Jong Il "On Bringing about a New Turn in the Land Management". Kim Hak Gwon, vice-minister of Land and Environment Preservation, and other speakers noted that Kim Jong Il made public the work on Aug. 11, Juche 85 (1996) in which he set out a new idea and theory of land development of Korean style, guided by the Juche idea, and opened a new history of turning the land into a socialist land of bliss.
    They recalled that he set out in the work the idea of general mobilization for land administration and made sure that it was conducted as a work of the whole party and society. Very busy as he was with the Songun revolutionary leadership, he radically changed the country's appearance to meet the need of socialism and has energetically led the land management, they added.
    They gave detailed accounts of the facts that a high-pitched drive for the general mobilization for land administration was under way across the country to bring about an unprecedented surge in the work and world startling miracles and innovations were reported from every part of the country, a clear proof of its justice and vitality.
    The gigantic changes made over the last decade are the brilliant fruition of Kim Jong Il's Juche-oriented idea of the general mobilization for land administration and his wise leadership, they pointed out, stressing that these undying exploits will go down to posterity with the history of building a great prosperous powerful nation.
    The speakers underscored the need to continue energetically pushing forward the land management for turning the country into a socialist land of bliss in order to carry out the important tasks proposed in the work.

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