September 10, 2011
A national meeting took place at the Pyongyang Indoor Stadium on September 8 to celebrate the 63rd anniversary of the founding of the DPRK.
It was attended by deputies to the Supreme People’s Assembly, officials from Party, military and government organs, social organizations, ministries and national agencies, officers and men of the Korean People’s Army and the Korean People’s Internal Security Forces, officials from the fields of science, education, culture and the arts, public health and the mass media, bereaved families of revolutionary martyrs, persons of labour feats and other working people in Pyongyang.
Among the participants were also overseas Korean delegations, including the congratulatory group of Koreans in Japan who have come to their socialist motherland to celebrate the 63rd anniversary of the founding of the DPRK, Korean compatriots and the representative of the Pyongyang Mission of the Anti-imperialist National Democratic Front
Present there on invitation were also diplomatic envoys, members of military attaché corps, representatives of international organizations and foreign guests in the DPRK.
Senior Party, government and army officials, leader of a political party, officials from military organs, social organizations, ministries and national agencies, heroes and persons of merits appeared in the platform.
The platform was also taken by the vice-chairman of the Central Standing Committee of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan.
Choe Yong Rim, member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea and premier of the DPRK, delivered a report at the meeting.
That day grand mass gymnastics and artistic performance Arirang, winner of Kim Il Sung Prize, was given at the May Day Stadium.
The performance received high acclaim from the audience for its high ideological and artistic value as it unfolded the proud history of victory and glory traversed by the DPRK with beautiful and graceful music and dance, dynamic mass gymnastics and an ever-changing display of background.
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