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Revolutionary Martyrs Enjoy Immortality

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

Pyongyang, February 28 (NCNA) -- Foreigners who visited the Revolutionary Martyrs Cemetery on Mt. Taesong were deeply moved to witness the great loving care shown by President Kim Il Sung and General Secretary Kim Jong Il with the revolutionary sense of obligation for the revolutionary martyrs.

Asang Laoly, head of the delegation of the Lao People's Revolutionary Party, said the cemetery shows how warm the comradeship of the peerlessly great persons is. He went on:

Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il have strong sense of obligation.

They have held their comrades dearest and put them forward.

The revolutionary martyrs devoted their all to the struggle for the Party, the revolution, the country and the people, cherishing the benevolence.

They remain alive thanks to the noble loving care of the great persons.

Eddie Kekana, chairman of the Group for the Study of the Progressive Ideas of South Africa, said that he was deeply impressed to go round the wonderfully built cemetery. He added: The President made sure that the cemetery was built there, remembering the deceased revolutionary comrades-in-arms, thus adding shine to their feats.

Kim Jong Il, who is successfully carrying into practice the intention of the President who created the history of comradeship, wisely led the work to successfully rebuild the cemetery on an expansion basis.

Their warm comradely loving care has became the source of single-minded unity.

Wu Donghe, head of the delegation of the China-Korea Friendship Association, said that Kim Jong Il is a great man with profound moral obligation for the revolutionary soldiers. He went on: The revolutionary martyrs who devoted their all to the cause for the liberation and prosperity of the country are buried in the cemetery.

The Korean revolutionaries valiantly fought together with Chinese revolutionaries during the anti-Japanese armed struggle.

The martyrs died, not seeing the country liberated.

But their feats are shining long thanks to Kim Jong Il, the supreme incarnation of comradeship.

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