Kim Jong-UN honoured the memory of the deceased in the Korean war son of Mao Zedong

© AP Photo / Evan VucciЛидер of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN. Archival photoKim Jong-UN honoured the memory of the deceased in the Korean war son of Mao Zedong© AP Photo / Evan Vucci

DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN visited the grave in which are buried Mao Anying the son of Chinese President Mao Zedong — on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the end of the Korean war of 1950-1953, according to North Korean media.

The son of the Chairman Mao was killed during the air attack of the Americans in North Korea and rests in the cemetery of the Chinese «people’s volunteers» in the County, Hwichan the province’s toll.

As reports the Central cable Agency of Korea (KCNA), in Pyongyang reported that the tomb of Mao Angina on behalf of Kim Jong-UN and military statesmen of the DPRK are at wreaths.

Technically China did not participate in the war, and the United States, whose troops fought under the UN flag. The fighting was stopped by the armistice agreement, however in the DPRK the day of its signing as a victory of the Korean people’s army in the Patriotic war.

«The party and the people of China during the (Korean) domestic liberation war, enduring many hardships in the early formation of their own state, without hesitation, sent their respectable sons and daughters to the Korean front, the blood, helping our people in a fair deal and making an immortal contribution to the victory in the war», — quotes Agency the words of Kim Jong-UN.

The Korean war is considered one of the most controversial conflicts of the past century, as the DPRK accused South Korea and the United States of aggression, and according to Seoul and Washington, was attacked from the North.

On the background of the dialogue between the United States and North Korea to improve relations, North Korea passed on Friday to the Americans the remains of 55 soldiers killed during the Korean war. For this military transport aircraft the U.S. air force C-17 flew to the North Korean city of Wonsan on the sea of Japan and brought the coffins with the remains of the military base at Osan in South Korea.

In the heart of Pyongyang, as reported out by the Japanese Agency Kyodo, the 65th anniversary of the end of the war lit festive illuminations in the 300-meter pyramid 105-storey hotel «rügen». Colored lights on the building are images of soldiers and salute and children holding doves.

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