Mongolia sends condolences to North Korea over passing of top leader of North Korea

Mongolian state leaders, Prime Minister Batbold Sukhbaatar and President Elbegdorj sent condolences to Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) over passing of late North Korean leader Kim Jon Il. 

Also individual Mongolian politicians and organizations and residents  sent condolences to North Korea. See below.

Pyongyang, December 27 (KCNA) -- The dear respected Kim Jong Un received a message of condolences from M. Enkhsaihan, chairman of the National Democratic Party of Mongolia, on Dec. 22.
The message expressed deep condolences over the demise of Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, chairman of the DPRK National Defence Commission and dear leader of the Korean People.
It said that Kim Jong Il devoted all his life to the people's happiness and he will live forever in the hearts of not only the Korean people but all the people supporting and respecting his cause.
It expressed profound gratitude to Kim Jong Il for the concern he had shown for the development of the friendly and cooperative relations between Mongolia and the DPRK.

Wreaths from Mongolian Organizations and Personage
Pyongyang, December 27 (KCNA) -- Wreaths came from the Mongolian organizations and a personage to mourn the demise of leader Kim Jong Il.
They are the Mongolian Committee for Mourning HE Kim Jong Il, Kim Il Sung Class in Altanbulag County, Tov Province and Kim Jong Il Class in Gor King-Erdene Institute of Teachers, Kim Jong Il Kindergarten and N. Batmonh, administrative governor of Altanbolag County, Tov Province.
The wreaths were laid before the bier of Kim Jong Il at the Kumsusan Memorial Palace on Tuesday. 

Committees for Mourning Demise Formed in Mongolia
Pyongyang, December 27 (KCNA) -- The Mongolian Committee for mourning the demise of Kim Jong Il, the great leader of the Korean people, was inaugurated with due ceremony in Ulan Bator on December 23.
The participants observed a moment's silence to mourn the demise of Kim Jong Il.
The ceremony introduced the brief history of the revolutionary activities of Kim Jong Il. Then, Ch. Surenjav, chairman of the Mongolia-Korea Friendship Society, referred to the immortal feats Kim Jong Il performed for the victory of the socialist cause and the accomplishment of the human cause of independence.
The ceremony made public a list of members of the mourning committee and an action plan.

Mongolian High-ranking Officials Visits DPRK Embassy
Pyongyang, December 24 (KCNA) -- High-ranking officials of Mongolia visited the DPRK embassy in Ulan Bator on Tuesday to mourn the demise of leader Kim Jong Il. They included Gombojab Zandanshatar, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the minister of Foodstuff, Agriculture and Light Industry, the minister of Social Protection and Labor, D.Tsakhilgaan, president of the Federation of Peace and Friendship Organizations of Mongolia, and D. Bilegt, its general secretary, and Ch. Surenjav, chairman of the Mongolia-Korea Friendship Society.
They laid a floral basket and bouquets before the portrait of Kim Jong Il and expressed condolences.
They made entries in the condolence book.

Mongolian Senior Officials Visit DPRK Embassy to Mourn Demise of Kim Jong Il
Pyongyang, December 23 (KCNA) -- Delegations of the state, the government and the People's Party of Mongolia on Tuesday called at the DPRK embassy in Ulan Bator to express condolences over the demise of leader Kim Jong Il.
The delegations laid floral baskets before the portrait of Kim Jong Il and paid silent tribute.
N. Enkhbold, vice-chairman of the State Great Hural of Mongolia, said:
On behalf of the State Great Hural and the presidential secretariat of Mongolia, I would like to express deep condolences over the passing away of His Excellency Kim Jong Il.
I believe that the traditional relations of friendship and cooperation between Mongolia and the DPRK will continue to strengthen.
The vice-chairman of the State Great Hural, the advisor for foreign policy to the prime minister and a secretary of the People's Party, who were heading the delegations, made entries in the condolence book.

Source:Korea Central News Agency


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