According to the news in the state-controlled Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), it was stated that the people visited the Kumsusan Sun Palace, which hosts the tombs of the country’s founder Kim Il Sung and former President Kim Jong Il, and paid their respects to the former leaders, while students and workers It was noted that the organizations visited the mosaics depicting the statesmen in various parts of the country.
It was stated that youth and women’s union members celebrated the foundation day by organizing dance and sports events in different parts of the country, while a magnificent celebration ceremony was held in Pyongyang at night.
“The 74th anniversary celebrations were held in grandeur at the foot of Mansu Hill in Pyongyang, where statues of President Kim Il-sung and President Kim Jong-il, who are the pioneers and leaders of the cause, are located,” the report said.
The North Korean leader attended the celebrations where an air show, including paratroopers, was held. Kim Jong-un and his wife Ri Sol-ju.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un said at the second session of the Supreme People’s Assembly (SPA) Ordinary Assembly, which started last Wednesday, that his country would never give up on nuclear weapons and missiles.
It was a matter of curiosity whether Pyongyang would follow a similar path in the celebrations of the country’s 74th anniversary, by holding military parades on important days and showing the world public its latest weapons.