President Moon vows full responsibility as president to protect the people

December 10, 2019 posted by


president mange feels the immense
responsibility as president and ensuring the safety of the people he was speaking
at a funeral in tegu this morning for five firefighters who died in a
helicopter crash near Korea’s easternmost island of Dokdo in October
morning the hero Stutz and highlighting their sacrifice for the country
president moon said he will never forget that it’s also the nation’s job to
protect firefighters he promised the government’s upmost efforts to
investigate the cause of the accident and make sure the firefighter sacrifices
are remembered it’s the first time the government has organized such a funeral
and for a sitting president to deliver a eulogy since the National Emergency
Management Agency was established back in 2004

2 Comments

2 Replies to “President Moon vows full responsibility as president to protect the people”

  1. gusthebroken2 says:

    Loss of life serving others is never pleasant and should be rememberd and honnoured .

  2. Da Da says:

    In 1952,totally ignoring the international determination of the Allies confirmed in the San Francisco Peace Treaty that Takeshima should stay as Japanese territory. South Korea invaded the island and has been  occupying it illegally until today.
    44 Japanese fishermen were killed of injured around the island and 3929 of them were captured and detained by South Korea.

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