Friday, March 30, 2018

Tradition of Friendship Goes On
I can hardly repress my excitement as I receive the news about an unofficial China visit by Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.

The traditional DPRK-China friendship is a priceless legacy and valuable asset which was provided and handed down by the preceding leaders of the two countries.

During the Fatherland Liberation War the valiant soldiers of the Chinese People’s Volunteers fought bravely at the risk of their lives against the common enemy, sharing comradeship and fraternity in the same trenches with the Korean People’s Army soldiers.

In the past, the peoples of the two countries cherished deep in their mind the preciousness of bilateral unity and cooperation in ensuring their happiness and future.

The Supreme Leader’s first visit to China will mark a milestone in developing the long-standing ties.

War veteran Kim Pyong Gwan

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