Remains of martyrs were newly buried in the Patriotic Martyrs Cemetery in Sinmi-ri with due ceremonies on Dec. 3 and 4.
Among them are Sin Un Ho, ex-officer of the Korean People’s Army (KPA), and Kang Jong Ho, former director of the Art Studio of the KPA.
Among the martyrs are also Jon Hui Jong, former vice-minister of Foreign Affairs, and Hong Si Hak, former councilor of the General Bureau of the Tanchon Area Mining Industry, who supported the leadership of the Party with loyalty.
Kim Chang Sop, former general of the KPA, dedicated himself to the sacred struggle for defending the leader, the social system and the people. DPRK Hero Ra Myong Hui contributed to exposing and foiling in time the plots of the anti-party, counter-revolutionary factional elements.
Son Chang Gu, former section-chief of the Korea General Red Cross Hospital, and Pyon Ung Hui, former architectural engineering researcher of the State Academy of Sciences, made contributions to the development of medical science and architectural engineering of the country.
Jong Myong Hak and Pak Yun Gwan contributed to the development of the Party.
The participants in the ceremonies laid bouquets and flowers at their graves and observed a moment’s silence in memory of them.
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