Pyongyang, September 10 (KCNA) — Senior party and state officials visited the Kumsusan Memorial Palace where the President Kim Il Sung is preserved in state, on Wednesday, the 50th anniversary of the DPRK.
Among them were Jon Pyong Ho, Yon Hyong Muk, Ri Yong Mu and Kye Ung Thae, chairman of the C.C., the Korean Social Democratic Party Kim Yong Dae and chairperson of the C.C., the Chondoist Chongu Party Ryu Mi Yong.
The palace was also visited by commanders of the Korean People’s Army arms and services, chief secretaries of provincial party committees, KPA general officers and leading officials of working people’s organizations.
After paying deep respects to the Statue of President Kim Il Sung, the visitors went up to the hall where he lies in state and made bows to him in humble reverence.
Then, they saw round the orders and medals the President received from different countries, a train used by him for on-site guidance and foreign trip, and a car used by him in the last period of his life.
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