Friday, 24 November 2017

Korean Solidarity in Spain

delegates at the bar of the KFA club's Pyongyang cafe
By New Worker correspondent

Four British Korean Friendship Association (KFA) activists joined others for a Korean solidarity conference in Tarragona last weekend.
Forty-five delegates, including Dermot Hudson and James Taylor from the UK KFA, took part in the KFA’s 17th International Meeting that was opened by KFA President Alejandro Cao de Benos in Tarragona on Saturday. Other delegates came from Catalonia, the Basque Country and other parts of Spain, as well as Denmark, Estonia and Malta. Solidarity messages were received from KFA branches in Italy, Mexico, Singapore and Switzerland.
Delegates reviewed the activities of the Korean solidarity movement over the past year and planned future work including the next international meeting, which will be held in Stockholm or Bilbao in 2018. The delegates also went on a tour of the historic Catalan city and visited the KFA HQ and club in the heart of Tarragona.

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