A DPRK government delegation led by Kim Yong Jae, minister of External Economic Relations, Saturday left here to attend the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation to be held in China.
Diplomatic envoys, representatives of international bodies, the Economic and Commercial Councilors Corps and foreign embassy officials in charge of cultural and friendly relations and other foreign guests here visited the venue of the 19th Kimilsungia Festival on Thursday. They were deeply impressed to see the potted immortal flowers in full bloom reflecting the sincerity of the army and people of the DPRK and the world progressives. That day representatives of foreign embassies and international bodies toured the Ryugyong General Ophthalmic Hospital and the Military Attaches Corps visited Tree Nursery No. 122 of the Korean People’s Army on Wednesday.
Foreign embassy officials in charge of cultural and friendly ties here Thursday visited Mangyongdae, the birthplace of President Kim Il Sung in the run-up to his birth anniversary.
They toured the Mangyongdae Revolutionary Museum where historic mementoes associated with the revolutionary activities of the President and his family members are on display.
At his old home they looked round the historic relics, being briefed on the fact that he was born at a thatched house and nurtured his noble patriotism and great revolutionary intention.... ... ...
An event took place at the People’s Palace of Culture on Thursday to observe World Health Day.
Present at the event were officials of ministries, national institutions, social organizations and in the fields of public health and media, the representative of WHO, the UN resident coordinator and concurrently UNDP resident representative and members of foreign embassies and missions of international bodies.
Speakers said that WHO set the issue of blues measure as the theme for this year and has made efforts to prevent various diseases and contribute to improving the health of mankind and social development.... ... ...