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General Secretary Kim Jong Un visits Fatherland Liberation War Martyrs Cemetery on war victory day

Kim Jong Un, general secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea and president of the State Affairs of the DPRK, visited the Fatherland Liberation War Martyrs Cemetery at 00:00 on July 27, the 68th anniversary of the victory in the great Fatherland Liberation War.

He was greeted on the spot by commanding officers of the Korean People’s Army, including Pak Jong Chon, Kwon Yong Jin and Ri Yong Gil, and commanders of large combined units and combined units of the KPA.

He laid a flower before the cemetery.

He paid tribute to the heroes of the great years who had defended the sovereignty and dignity of the country with honour and made the history of brilliantly carrying forward the Korean revolution as they burnt with boundless loyalty to the leader, confidence in victory and ardent patriotism.

He looked round the cemetery together with the participants.

War veteran holds doctorate at 84

A high-strength structural adhesive attracted particular attention of visitors at the national exhibition of scientific and technological achievements in the field of finishing building materials, which was held in the Sci-Tech Complex in Pyongyang in 2018.

The cement can be applied for sticking such architectural constructional materials as granite or marble plate stones and tiles to any concrete surface without using reinforcement bars and can also be used as a concrete waterproof material.

Military attachés corps presents flower basket, congratulatory letter to DPRK leader

The military attachés corps in Pyongyang presented a basket of flowers and a congratulatory letter to the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un on the occasion of the 68th anniversary of the victory in the great Fatherland Liberation War.

The military attaché of Pyongyang-based Vietnamese embassy who is doyen of the corps handed them over to a relevant official of the DPRK on July 26.

History of victory goes on forever

July 27 is the anniversary of the Korean people’s victory in the Fatherland Liberation War (1950-1953).

In retrospect, for the Korean people who had just been liberated from military occupation by the Japanese imperialists and for the nascent DPRK, the Fatherland Liberation War to beat off the aggressors was indeed an arduous war and a do-or-die battle on which the destiny of the country hinged.

Oil pipeline completed in Iran

A large-scale ground oil pipeline was inaugurated in Iran on July 22.

The inaugural ceremony was held through videoconferencing in the presence of the Iranian President.

Performance given in honour of war veterans

A performance was given at the People’s Theatre in Pyongyang on July 26 for the participants in the Seventh Conference of War Veterans.

The performance was seen by Choe Ryong Hae and Kim Tok Hun, members of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, and other senior officials of the WPK and the DPRK government.

Participants in Seventh National Conference of War Veterans visit the Fatherland Liberation War Martyrs Cemetery

The participants in the Seventh National Conference of War Veterans visited the Fatherland Liberation War Martyrs Cemetery on July 26.

They laid flowers at the graves of the martyrs and observed a minute’s silence in memory of them who sacrificed their precious lives in the sacred war for the reunification and independence of the country and the freedom and happiness of the people, in faithful support of the leadership of President Kim Il Sung, an ever-victorious, iron-willed commander.

Chemical lab, stadium built at campuses

A chemical laboratory and a stadium were newly built in Hamhung University of Chemical Industry and Hamhung University of Medicine respectively.

The chemical laboratory has experiment rooms, a staff room and a research room, while the stadium comprises a physical training room, a lounge and a hall for sports science and achievements.

Dozens of coal-mining units in South Phyongan carry out two years’ or annual plans

Dozens of youth shock brigades in the coalfields of South Phyongan Province have fulfilled their national economic plans ahead of schedule.

The Kang Ho Yong and Kim Hyok youth shock brigades of the Chonsong Youth Coal Mine of the Sunchon Area Youth Coal-mining Complex increased the number of blasting per shift and conducted a dynamic drive to help the next shift so as to more than double daily tunnelling results as compared to previously, thus implementing their two years’ national economic plans ahead of others.

North Hwanghae secures 1 000-odd hectares of more land for oil-bearing crops

Cooperative farms in North Hwanghae Province increased the area for cultivating oil-bearing crops by over 1 000 hectares more than last year and are providing scrupulous technical guidance according to each farming process.

Yonthan County secured scores of hectares of more land for cultivating sunflower and perilla than last year, while Pongsan County planted seeds acclimatized to local areas and climate in the non-cultivating land over 1.5 times greater than scheduled.

Women make distinguished contribution to war victory

The Korean women, who make up half of the country’s population, performed really brilliant feats on the front and in the rear to defend their homeland and happy life during the grim Fatherland Liberation War.

Girls and even married women volunteered for military service and those in the rear worked hard to ensure wartime production in every workplace in place of their husbands, sons and brothers who went to fight on the front.

Premier inspects house construction sites in Pyongyang

Premier Kim Tok Hun, who is member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, made a field survey of house construction sites in Pyongyang.

Looking round the construction site of 10 000 flats, he gave pep-talks to the builders who are creating a new Pyongyang speed and new legend of construction.

KKF members send floral baskets to Kim Jong Un

On the occasion of the 68th anniversary of the victory in the great Fatherland Liberation War, Cui Tongwen, honorary director of the Board of Directors of the Kim Il Sung-Kim Jong Il Foundation, sent a flower basket to the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un on July 26

On the same day, flower baskets came from the China Dandong Branch of the foundation and Lin Gennan and Zhan Xueyan, members of the foundation.

Favour bestowed on war veterans

The respected Comrade Kim Jong Un sent gifts to all the war veterans in the country on the occasion of war victory day.

As they received various foodstuffs and rare tonics associated with paternal affection, the war veterans were deeply moved by the loving care of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea which respects them as the treasures of the revolution although it was natural for them to have fought for the country and which hopes that they would become as spry as ever.

Farmers hold poem recital to celebrate V-day

Agricultural workers gave a poetry recital “Tell, fireworks display for the war victory” on July 25 in celebration of the 68th anniversary of the victory in the great Fatherland Liberation War.

It was attended by Ri Tu Song, department director of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, Han Jong Hyok, chairman of the Central Committee of the Union of Agricultural Workers of Korea, Hong Chol Jin, secretary of the Pyongyang municipal Party committee, officials of the UAWK and agricultural workers in Pyongyang.