President Yoon “The constitutional order to honor national guardians… iron-clad security based on the ROK-US alliance”
Today, Memorial Day (6th), President Yoon Seok-yeol emphasized that we should not forget and remember the heroes who devoted themselves to the country.
Speaking about the ROK-US alliance, which has been upgraded to a nuclear alliance, he promised iron-clad security, and said he would rather take care of and honor national heroes through the Ministry of Patriots and Former Affairs. soldiers.
This is Reporter Harim Goo.
President Yoon Seok-yeol began his memorial address by paying homage to the country’s martyrs.
He emphasized that the Republic of Korea stands on the sacrifice and dedication of the heroes who fought against communist totalitarian forces to build a free democratic country, and that they should not be forgotten and remembered.
“It is a practical command in our liberal democracy constitution to properly remember and honor those who built and defended a free democratic country and those who sacrificed for the safety of the people, the owners of the country.”
He also said that North Korea, which promotes its nuclear weapons and missiles, has legalized the use of nuclear weapons, and will maintain a strong security posture based on the ROK-US alliance, which has been upgraded to nuclear alliance alliance.
“The Korean government and military will protect the lives and safety of the people by establishing an iron-clad security posture based on the ROK-US alliance, which is stronger than ever.”
He said he would take better care of the martyrs and heroes through the elevated Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs, and said, “I will remember and honor the heroes in uniform until the end,” though memory of the late firefighter Seong-il Sung-il, who died at the Gimje fire site.
Before the memorial ceremony, President Yoon strictly observed the burial ceremony for the burial of the remains of Private First Class Kim Bong-hak, who died in the Korean War.
In addition, he directly presented certificates of national merit to five people, including reserve sergeant Park Hyeon-min, who survived the battleship Cheonan, and expressed his gratitude.
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