Great Persons' Love for Posterity Lauded in Cambodia

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Pyongyang, June 12 (KCNA) -- Broadcasting services of Cambodia on June 6 aired the noble love of the peerlessly great men for the younger generation and future.
The F.M.90.5 Radio reported that HE Kim Jong Il made sure that the policies for children including the universal eleven-year compulsory education had been invariably enforced even toward the close of the last century when the DPRK was going through the worst ordeals.
The F.M.105 Radio said that Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un's love for posterity now impresses everyone, adding:
He provided events for children and had photo sessions and appreciated art performances with them.
He visited Pyongyang Baby Home and Pyongyang Orphanage and took warm care of the orphans, saying that the laughter of children, the song "We Are the Happiest in the World" would ring out more loudly on this land.
He stressed in his congratulatory speech at the joint national meeting of the Korean Children's Union organizations held in celebration of the 66th KCU birthday that the important task facing the union members is to thoroughly prepare themselves to be able revolutionary talents, knowledgeable, virtuous and healthy, and pillars supporting prosperous and powerful Korea. -0-