Foreign diplomats visit war museum

Members of the diplomatic corps in Pyongyang visited the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum on July 21-22 to mark the 68th anniversary of victory in the great Fatherland Liberation War.

They looked round the hall of large panorama of the operation to liberate Taejon, the hall of international support and that of DPRK heroes, hearing the lectures about President Kim Il Sung’s outstanding leadership of the three-year war against the armed invasion by the imperialists between June 1950 and July 1953 to a brilliant victory with Juche-oriented military ideas and distinguished strategy and tactics.

Earlier, they visited the statue “Victory” in front of the museum and the outdoor exhibition ground displaying captured weaponry which shows the heroic feats of the Korean People’s Army.

After visiting the museum, they made entries in the visitors’ book.

The Laotian ambassador wrote he was greatly impressed by President Kim Il Sung’s great leadership of the war to victory, extending his heartfelt congratulations to the KPA and the Korean people for their brave fighting spirit and on their brilliant victory.

Cuban ambassador Jesus Aise Sotolongo wrote he could have a better understanding of heroism of the Korean people and the atrocities committed by the imperialists as he visited the museum.