Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un delivered a speech at the military parade held in celebration of the 75th founding anniversary of the Workers’ Party of Korea. His speech touched the heartstrings of people as it ran through with his gratitude to them.
In his speech he first extended his thanks to the people for being healthy free from disease and for their good health without any one of them having fallen victim to the malignant virus. He added that his heartfelt, sincere word for his people was only one, thanks, as he could find no word other than thanks.
Cherishing his people deep in his mind, he has worked heart and soul to safeguard the life of every of them whom he regarded as the most precious than anything else.
He saw to it that strict measures for epidemic prevention were taken in succession to ensure their safety from the outset of the occurrence of COVID-19. As a result, the DPRK turned its hygienic and anti-epidemic system over to the national emergency anti-epidemic system in last January and completely blocked the border areas and all other spaces in the ground, sea and air in a preemptive way so as to thoroughly prevent the inroads of the epidemic.
The Workers’ Party of Korea convened over ten rounds of important meetings such as the enlarged meetings of its Political Bureau in a little over nine months in order to discuss and decide the crucial matters for safeguarding the lives of people from the inflow and spread of the malignant virus.
Credit for victory in the campaign against the epidemic must go to the Supreme Leader. But he repeatedly expressed his thanks to his people, saying that they have bravely overcome severe hardships and trials in absolute support of and trust in the measures taken by the Party and the State, worrying and caring one another, and that it was very grateful and encouraging for him that all of them were healthy.
All the Korean people, full of emotion, say unanimously that it is none other than Kim Jong Un who must be the first to receive the greetings of their heartfelt thanks.