Youths and students in Pyongyang had a meeting with a war veteran at the Central Youth Hall on Monday to mark the 64th anniversary of the victory in the Fatherland Liberation War.

Labor Hero Jon Ku Gang, a lecturer at the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum, addressed the meeting.

The war victory day make the people recall the feats President Kim Il Sung performed by beating back with his distinguished military idea and superb strategy and tactics the U.S. imperialists who boasted of being “the strongest” in the world, the lecturer said.

She noted that during the hard-fought war army surgeons and nurses of the Korean People’s Army displayed matchless self-sacrificing spirit and devotion, true to the noble intention of the President who bestowed boundless love for soldiers of the People’s Army.

As long as there are the leadership of the Workers’ Party of Korea, incredible military power and single-minded unity, victory belongs to us, she said, calling on the youths and students to give fullest play to their wisdom and bravery in the defence of the country and building of a powerful socialist nation.

Then followed speeches.

Speakers expressed their will to be human bullets and bombs protecting respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, bearing in mind the spirit of defending the leader unto death, the spirit of defending the country displayed by the revolutionary forerunners.

They stressed that they will fully display the might of the unit of brave generals for implementing the cause of Juche revolution trained under the peerless great persons of Mt Paektu and win the final victory of July 27 without fail, if a war breaks out.

Attending the meeting were Jon Yong Nam, first secretary of the C.C., the youth league, and league officials.