North Korean leader visits war cemetery

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has returned to Pyongyang after a dayslong tour of provincial regions, including the on-site inspection of submarine construction and rocket launches.

North Korea's state media KCNA said Sunday that Kim paid homage at Fatherland Liberation War Martyrs Cemetery on Saturday morning to commemorate the 66th anniversary of the 1950-53 Korean War armistice. Putting a flower before the cemetery, Kim appraised the undying feats of the war martyrs who saved the country from the crisis of a life or death in the tragic annals under the leadership of President Kim Il-sung, which will shine long in the history of North Korea.

The KCNA said that Kim also attended a concert of the National Symphony Orchestra, along with his top aides, on the occasion of the war anniversary.

Source: VOV5