Working people, servicepersons of the Korean People’s Army, youth and students visited the statues of the great leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il in different parts of the country with reverence for the peerlessly great men who developed the Workers’ Party of Korea into an invincible powerful revolutionary party to pay tribute to them.
Placed before the statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il on Mansu Hill were flower baskets in the names of Party, power and armed forces organs, public organizations, ministries, national agencies, units of the KPA and the Public Security Forces and institutions and industrial establishments and universities at all levels in Pyongyang.
The chief and members of the Pyongyang Mission of the Anti-Imperialist National Democratic Front laid a bouquet.
The visitors made a bow before the statues.
An endless stream of people visited the statues of the great leaders and their smiling portraits in different parts of Pyongyang, including Kim Il Sung University and the Mansudae Art Studio.
Working people, servicepersons, youth and students in other parts of the country also visited the statues of the great leaders and their smiling portraits in their residential quarters to pay homage to them.