|calendar>>August 1. 2012 Juch 101|
War Veterans Vow to Remain Loyal to Kim Jong Un
| Pyongyang, August 1 (KCNA) -- War veteran delegates to the celebrations of the 59th War Victory Day expressed their feelings and resolution before leaving Pyongyang on Wednesday to return home.
During their stay in Pyongyang, they spent happy days under the meticulous care of the dear respected Kim Jong Un.
At Pyongyang Airport, Ri Kuk Bok, an 83-year-old war veteran, told KCNA:
"The Party and the government have heaped special favors on the war veterans so far. During the celebrations Marshal Kim Jong Un showed deep care for us, war veterans, ranging from daily routine to lodging and boarding.
Back home, I will strive to contribute to building a socialist thriving nation."
Kim Tong Ho, an 82-year-old war veteran, said:
"I was touched so much by the deep loving care shown by Marshal Kim Jong Un, supreme commander of the Korean People's Army.
I will fulfill my obligations as a war veteran by telling the rising generations about his greatness and noble virtues."
Kim Yong Suk, an 80-year-old war veteran who took part in the battle on the Height 351, said:
"We had honor of having a photo session with Supreme Commander Kim Jong Un. With this honor, I will tell my descendants to work hard for the country."
Ri Won U, an 80-year-old war veteran, said:
"The celebrations were held in attendance of Marshal Kim Jong Un.
I will steadily urge my children to be intensely loyal to his leadership so as to repay his loving care for us, war veterans."
Copyright (C) KOREA NEWS SERVICE(KNS) All Rights Reserved.