Remains of Martyrs Buried in Patriotic Martyrs Cemetery in Sinmi-ri
Remains of martyrs who left indelible traces on the sacred road for the Party, revolution, country and people were buried in the Patriotic Martyrs Cemetery in Sinmi-ri with due ceremonies on September 16.
Jon Ku Gang was the first female general officer who lived a worthwhile military service life as an officer in medical field for decades and then as a lecturer of the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum.
Choe Pong Man contributed to the development of our Party while working at the Central Committee of the Party.
Kang Song San devotedly worked for the country and people while working at important posts of the Party and the government for a long time.
Pak In Yong, former general officer of the Korean People's Army, made a positive contribution to bolstering up the defence capabilities of the country, and Kim Pyong Hwa, former adviser of the creation section of the National Symphony Orchestra, contributed to the development of the Juche-oriented symphony orchestra.
Speeches were made at the ceremonies and remains of the martyrs were buried.
Participants laid wreaths, bouquets and flowers before the graves of martyrs and observed a moment's silence in memory of them.