Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un visits CPV Martyrs Cemetery
  Kim Jong Un, Chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea and Chairman of the State Affairs Commission and Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, visited the Martyrs Cemetery of the Chinese People's Volunteers in Hoechang County of South Phyongan Province and paid a noble tribute to the martyrs on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Chinese People's Volunteers' entry into the Korean front.
  Present on the occasion were Choe Ryong Hae, Ri Pyong Chol and Kim Tok Hun, Members of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the WPK; and Pak Jong Chon, Kim Jae Ryong, Ri Il Hwan and Kim Hyong Jun, Members of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the WPK.
  Also on hand were Foreign Minister Ri Son Gwon; Admiral Kim Myong Sik and General Kim Kwang Hyok, Commanders of Services of the Korean People's Army; Ri Yong Chol, Chairman of the Hoechang County Party Committee; and Kim In Chol, Chairman of the Hoechang County People's Committee.
  A guard of honour of the KPA was lining up at the Martyrs Cemetery of the Chinese People's Volunteers.
  When Kim Jong Un arrived at the Memorial Tower for the Fallen Soldiers of the Chinese People's Volunteers together with senior officials of the Party, the government and the military, the national anthem of the People's Republic of China and the DPRK national anthem--Patriotic Song--were played solemnly.
  Amid the wreath-laying playing music, placed at the tower were the floral basket in the name of Kim Jong Un, the supreme leader of the Party, the state and the armed forces of Korea, and the floral baskets in the name of the Central Committee and the Central Military Commission of the WPK, the State Affairs Commission, the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly and the Cabinet of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, and the KPA.
  Kim Jong Un observed a moment's silence in memory of the martyrs of the Chinese People's Volunteers.
  And then, he called at the tomb of Mao Anying lying in state in the Martyrs Cemetery of the Chinese People's Volunteers.
  The floral basket in the name of Kim Jong Un was placed at his tomb.
  Kim Jong Un paid homage to Mao Anying.
  He looked round the tombs of martyrs of the Chinese People's Volunteers together with the accompanying senior officials of the Party, the state and the armed forces.
  Kim Jong Un impressively said 70 years has passed since the excellent sons and daughters of the fraternal Chinese people participated in the sacred Fatherland Liberation War of the Korean people, but the immortal exploits and heroic feats of the Chinese People's Volunteers who rendered self-sacrificing support and encouragement to us under the banner of resisting America and aiding Korea, protecting the home and defending the motherland even in the extremely difficult situation are vivid in the memory of the Korean people.
  He continued: The Chinese People's Volunteers' entry into the Korean front made a historic contribution to the great victory of the Fatherland Liberation War. The great victory won by the armies and peoples of Korea and China at the cost of their blood, linking their destiny as one and sharing life and death, is of great significance invariably even now after the lapse of years and the change of the century.
  The officers and men of the Chinese People's Volunteers fought heroically by devoting all their valuable youth and lives without fearing death in the sacred war against the imperialist aggressors. All places of Korea are permeated with their red blood. Our Party, government and people will never forget their lofty soul and noble self-sacrificing spirit, he added.