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Oratorical Meeting of Korean Youth and Students Held
Pyongyang, July 25 (KCNA) -- A national oratorical meeting of youth and students for celebrating the 61st anniversary of the victory of the Korean people in the Fatherland Liberation War took place at the Central Youth Hall on Friday.

Present there were Jon Yong Nam, chairman of the Central Committee of the Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League, officials of the youth league and youth and students in Pyongyang.

The meeting began with prologue "We Celebrate Victory".

The performers stressed that July 27 in Korea serves as a day of victory of the Juche-oriented military idea, strategies and tactics and outstanding commanding art of President Kim Il Sung and the victory of the army of Paektusan which leader Kim Jong Il glorified under the banner of Songun.

They said that July 27 of Songun Korea would last forever as it holds supreme leader Kim Jong Un in high esteem.

Kang Wi Song, student of Kim Il Sung University, in his oratory "Iron-willed Commander" said that the President is lauded by the peoples of the whole world as a peerless illustrious commander acclaimed by humankind.

Kim Chol U, student of Pyongyang University of Dramatic and Cinematic Arts, in his oratory "Great Years" praised the exploits performed by the brilliant commander of Mt. Paektu in winning the victory in the war, mesmerizing the audience.

So Un Ha, student of Central Cooking School, said in her oratory "Flag" that flags of the children's union's camps would always vigorously flutter and cheerful laughter of the children would be heard everywhere under the loving care of Marshal Kim Jong Un.

Ki Jong Hun, worker of the Railway Broadcasting Committee, said in his oratory "Our Supreme Commander" that the exploits Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il performed in winning the victory in the war would always remain shining under the leadership of Kim Jong Un who has more strikingly demonstrated the national power of Songun Korea through his forced march of guerrilla style.

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