Thursday, September 21, 2017

Study Tour of Oun Revolutionary Site Held
Young people in Pyongyang, including students, made a study tour of the Oun Revolutionary Site on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of Chairman Kim Jong Il’s start of military camping in Oun-dong on September 17.

They laid floral baskets and bouquets before the statues of President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il at Kim Il Sung University and paid tribute to them.

Prior to the start of the tour, they held a ceremony.

Kim Sung Du, chairman of the Education Commission, Thae Hyong Chol, president of Kim Il Sung University and minister of Higher Education, youth league officials and members of the study tour group attended the event.

Jon Yong Nam, first secretary of the Central Committee of the Kimilsungist-Kimjongilist Youth League, made a report, followed by speeches.

The reporter and speakers said that the Chairman during the days of his military camping developed in a systematic and comprehensive way the President’s Juche-oriented military ideas and tactics by dint of energetic ideo-theoretical activities and wisely led the work for preparing students to be strong and reliable backbone of the Songun revolution.

They stressed the need to learn more deeply the sacred revolutionary career and exploits of the
Chairman and give full play to the high level of their ideological and spiritual world and noble traits as befits the young vanguard of the Songun era that is strong in organizing ability, unity and combat efficiency through the study tour.

After the ceremony they started to march for the Oun Revolutionary Site, flying red flags.

During the march they held a poem-recital gathering and a contest of march chorus, in which they sang the praises of the Chairman.

On arrival at the destination, they looked round the historical materials and buildings associated with the Chairman after being briefed on the revolutionary site.

Then an oratorical meeting took place before the monument to the revolutionary exploits of the Chairman.

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