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PYONYANG, July 27, 7:23 /ITAR-TASS/. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and a group of military leaders visited the Kumsusan Palace at midnight (Korean time) on Saturday on the occasion of victory in the 1950-1953 Fatherland Liberation War (the Korean War).
Kim Jong-un, who is the leader of the Workers’ Party of Korea and the first secretary of the State Defense Committee, visited the family vaults of his grandfather Kim Il-sung and father Kim Jong-il. He laid a flower basket to the memorial statues of the two leaders.
Diplomats, military attaches, employees of international humanitarian organizations based in Pyongyang and foreign journalists accredited in North Korea will visit the palace on Sunday. All Koreans are obliged to regard the memorial complex as a holy temple and a symbol of pride and dignity for the whole nation.