Wreaths were laid before the bust of anti-Japanese war hero Kim Jong Suk at the Revolutionary Martyrs Cemetery on Mt. Taesong Thursday, her 98th birth anniversary.
Seen standing before the bust was a wreath sent by Marshal Kim Jong Un.
Present at a wreath laying-ceremony were Pak Yong Sik, Kwak Pom Gi, Kim Phyong Hae, Kim Yong Jin, vice-premier, Kim Su Gil, chief secretary of the Pyongyang City Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, officials of the party, armed forces and power bodies, Cabinet, working people’s organizations and working people in the city.
Placed before the bust were wreaths in the names of the C.C., the WPK, Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly of the DPRK and the DPRK Cabinet.
Wreaths in the names of the Ministry of the People’s Armed Forces, working people’s organizations, units of the Korean People’s Army, party and power bodies and factories in the city were laid before the bust.
The participants observed a moment’s silence while looking back upon her revolutionary career.
Meanwhile, the chief of the Pyongyang mission of the Anti-Imperialist National Democratic Front also visited her bust at the cemetery and paid tribute to her.