Foreign Military Attaches Visit Sinchon Museum

Sinchon, June 28 (KCNA) — The Military Attaches’ Corps here on June 28 visited the Sinchon Museum on the occasion of the month (June 25-July 27) of joint struggle against U.S. imperialism.

They looked round evidence showing how barbarously and cruelly the U.S. imperialist aggressors killed innocent civilians after occupying Sinchon during the last Korean War and an air-raid shelter of the former Sinchon County Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea and a powder magazine in Wonam-ri.

They laid bouquets before the tomb of 400 mothers and the tomb of 102 children before observing a moment’s silence in memory of them.

Chinese Military Attache Yang Xilian who is doyen of the corps said the Sinchon Museum is an important centre for the class education, adding that Sinchon tells what great misfortune and pain the Korean people suffered during the Korean War.

Iranian Military Attache Abdullah Jalali Nasab said that he was aware of the atrocities perpetrated by the GIs during the Korean War but such monstrous crimes committed by them were beyond his imagination.

He expressed the belief that Kim Jong Il would register shining results by leading the heroic Korean people to victory.

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