Mongolia celebrates significant day of North Korea, reports North Korean News Agency

Mongolia celebrated ceremony on Dec. 7 to mark the 18th anniversary of General Secretary Kim Jong Il's assumption of the supreme commandership of the Korean People's Army and the 92nd birth anniversary of Kim Jong Suk, anti-Japanese heroine, according to Korean Central News Agency.The North Korean News Agency reports the event was celebrated in Mongolia as well in South Africa.

According to the report, "displayed in the venues of the functions were works of President Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il, photos on their immortal feats and the true picture of Songun Korea and handicrafts associated with the Korean people's wisdom and talents.
Speeches were made at the events and the Korean film "Fireworks for a Thriving Nation" was appreciated.

E. Maksim, executive chairperson of the Mongolian Mt. Paektu Association for Independent Development, said it is of weighty significance that the Korean people held Kim Jong Il in high esteem as supreme commander of the Korean People's Army in 1991. He has trained the KPA to be an invincible army and led the work to make shining achievements in socialist construction over the past 18 years, the speaker added.

A teacher of the Literary College of Mongolia introduced the brilliant life of Kim Jong Suk, stressing that present Korea would have been unthinkable without her."

Mongolia has traditional friendly relationship with North Korea beginning early 1950s. During the Korean War, Mongolia supported North Korea and sent meat and other supplies and received about 300 North Korean orphans to be raised in Mongolia.
Several schools and facilities are named after North Korean leaders in Mongolia.

By Ganbat, reporter of MonInfo News Service


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