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Military Attaches’ Corps Visits Korean Revolution Museum

Pyongyang, July 8 (KCNA) — The military attaches’ corps here Thursday visited the Korean Revolution Museum on the occasion of the 11th anniversary of demise of President Kim Il Sung.

Military attaches made entries in the visitor’s book after looking round with keen interest historical relics and mementoes recalling those days when the Korean people and other progressive people of the world deeply grieved over the demise of Kim Il Sung who was the great father of the Korean nation and the prominent great man in the era of independence.

Vietnamese Military Attache Nguyen Van Chau wrote that Kim Il Sung liberated the country and devoted his all to the work for the Korean people’s happy life, adding he is always remembered by the army and people of the DPRK.

Chinese Military Attache Yang Xilian wrote that Kim Il Sung is immortal as he performed great exploits for the Korean revolution and the development of the Sino-Korean friendship.

Egyptian Military Attache Mahmoud Mohamed Osman Atik wrote that their visit to the museum provided an opportunity to know well about the ardent reverence of the Korean people for the great father, stressing that the great exploits performed by Kim Il Sung for the era and humankind are always remembered by the world progressives.

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