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 Premier Chou En-lai Pays Friendship Visit To Korea

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Premier Chou En-lai Pays Friendship Visit To Korea

Source: Peking Review, No. 15, April 10, 1970
Transcribed for www.wengewang.org


Premier Chou En-lai Leaves Peking for Pyongyang

    COMRADE Chou En-lai, Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, arrived In Pyongyang by special plane on the morning of April 5 to pay a friendship visit to Korea at the invitation of Comrade Kim U Sung, Premier of the Cabinet of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Premier Chou En-lai was accorded a magnificent, warm welcome at Pyongyang Airport by Comrade Premier Kim 11 Sung; Comrade Choi Yong Kun. President of the Presidium of the Korean Supreme People's Assembly; Comrade Pak Sung Chill, Vice-Premier of the Cabinet and Minister of Foreign Affairs; Comrade Choi Hyun, Minister of National Defence; Comrade Li Jong Ok, Vice-Premier of the Cabinet; Comrade Kang Ryang Wook, Vice-President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly; ministers of the Korean Cabinet; responsible members of political parties and social organizations and people of all circles in Pyongyang.
   Present at the airport were also Comrade Li Yun-chuan. Chinese Ambassador to Korea, and the entire staff of the Chinese Embassy, representatives of the Chinese Peoples Volunteers to the Korean Military Armistice Commission and representatives of the Chinese engineering and technical personnel working in Korea.
   Foreign diplomatic envoys to Korea were also present.
   Comrade Chi Peng-fei, Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China; Comrade Yang Teh-chung, leading cadre of a department under the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party; Comrade Tsao Ke-chiang, Deputy Director of the Asian Affairs DepartmeH of the Foreign Ministry and Comrade Han Hsu, Deputy Director of the Protocol Department of the Foreign Ministry, who were are accompanying Premier Chou En-lai on the visit, Pyongyang on the same plane.
   Comrade Hyun Joon Keuk, Korean Ambassador to China, who v/as accompanying Premier Chou En-lai, also arrived on the same plane.
   On April 5, a festive atmosphere prevailed at Pyongyang Airport. A huge portrait of Chairman Mao Tsctung, the leader of the Chinese people, and a huge portrait of Premier Kim II Sung, the leader of the Korean people, were put up at the centre of the airport. Multi-coloured balloons carrying the national flags of China and Korea floated high in the sky over the airport. The welcoming masses held aloft streamers inscribed with the slogans: "Long live Chairman Mao Tsetung, the respected and beloved leader of the Chinese people!" "Long live Comrade Kim II Sung, the respected and beloved leader of the Korean people!" and "Warm welcome to Comrade Chou En-lai. Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China!"
   The special plane carrying Premier Chou En-lai touched down at 11 a.m. The welcoming crowd enthusiastically applauded and cheered to welcome the arrival of Premier Chou En-lai.
  

  
   After Premier Chou En-lai alighted from the plan, Premier Kim II Sung and other Korean leaders stepped forward to shake hands and exchange greetings With him.
   Youngsters in colourful national attire rushed forward to present Premier Chou En-lai and his party with bouquets.
   Then the national anthem of China and Korea were played by the band and a salvo of 21 guns was fired. Premier Chou En-lai, accompanied by Premier Kim II Sung, reviewed a guard of honour formed by the three services.
   Premier Chou En-lai shook hands with and greeted the leaders of various circles in Korea and the envoys of various countries who were there to welcome him.
   At the welcoming ceremony held at the airport, Premier Kim II Sung delivered a speech of welcome (see p. 22).

Premier Chou En-lai also made a speech (see p. 22)
   Their speeches were time and again greeted with applause and cheers from the crowd. Then, accompanied by Premier Kim II Sung, Premier Chou En-lai went round to meet the people welcoming him.
   The road of more than 10 li from the suburbs of Pyongyang to the Guest House was decked with the national flags of China and Korea and huge streamers on both sides. The streamers were inscribed with the slogans: "Long live the militant friendship and unity of the Korean and Chinese peoples cemented with blood!" ''Step up anti-U.S. struggle!" and “Resolutely smash the sinister activities for aggression against Asia by resurgent Japanese militarism!"
   When Premier Chou En-lai, riding in an open car with Premier Kim II Sung, entered Pyongyang city, he was given a warm welcome by hundreds of thousands of people lining the streets.
   Premier Chou En-lai left Peking on the morning of April 5 by special plane. Seeing him off at the airport were Comrades Chen Po-ta and Kang Sheng, Members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party; Comrade Chang Chun-chiao, Member of the Political Bureau of the Party Central Committee and Chairman of the Shanghai Municipal Revolutionary Committee; Comrade Huang Yung-sheng, Member of the Political Bureau of the Party Central Committee and Chief of the General Staff of the Chinese People's Liberation Army; Comrade Li Hsien-nien, Member of the Political Bureau of the Party Central Committee and Vice-Premier of the State Council; Comrades Wu Fa-hsien, Li Tso-peng and Chiu Hui-tso, Members of the Political Bureau of the Party Central Committee and Deputy Chiefs of the General Staff of the Chinese People's Liberation Army; and Comrades Chi Teng-kuei. Li Teh-sheng and Wang Tung-hsing, Alternate Members of the Political Bureau of the Party Central Committee.
   Among those at the airport were leading members of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, departments under the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, government departments, the Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee and the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries.
   Kim Jai Sook, Charge de’ Affaires ad interim of the Korean Embassy in China, and other embassy members wore present at the airport.
   Premier Chou En-lai called on Premier Kim II Sung April 5 afternoon.
Host and guest had a cordial and friendly talk.



Premier Kim II Sung Gives State Banquet to Honour Distinguished Guests From China


   Premier Kim U Sung gave a grand state banquet at Pyongyang's Mansoodai Assembly Hall the same evening to welcome Premier Chou En-lai.
   Present at the banquet were: President of the Presidium of the Korean Supreme People's Assembly Choi Yong Kun; First Vice-Premier of the Korean Cabinet Kim II; Vice-Premier Kirn Kwang Hyup; Vice-Premier and Foreign Minister Pak Sung Chul; Minister of National Defence Choi Hyun; Vice-Premier Li Jong Ok; Vice-President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly Kang Ryang Wook.
   Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Chi Peng-fei and others accompanying Premier Chou En-lai on the visit were also invited to the banquet.
   The banquet started as the band struck up the strains of the national anthems of China and Korea.
   Premier Kim II Sung delivered a speech at the banquet (see p. 11).
   Then, Premier Chou En-lai delivered a speech at the banquet (see p. 13).
   Present at the banquet wore also ministers of the Korean Cabinet, responsible members of Korean political parties and social organizations. Korean Ambassador to China Hyun Joon Keuk was also present
   Chinese Ambassador Li Yun-chuan to Korea and other members of the Chinese Embassy in Korea; representatives of the Chinese People's Volunteers to the Korean Military Armistice Commission; and representatives of the Chinese engineering and technical personnel working in Korea were also invited to the banquet
   Foreign diplomatic envoys to Korea were present on the occasion.
   The banquet proceeded in a cordial and friendly atmosphere.


Premier Chou En-lai Holds Talks With Premier Kim El Sung


   Premier Chou En-lai held talks with Premier Kim II Sung in Pyongyang on April 6.
   Present at the talks from the Chinese side were Vice-Minister of Foreign Affaire Chi Peng-fei; Yang Teh-chung, leading cadre of a department under the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party; Tsao Ke-chiang, Deputy Director of the Asian Affairs Department of the Foreign Ministry; and Han Hsu, Deputy Director of the Protocol Department of the Foreign Ministry.
   Chinese Ambassador to Korea Li Yun-chuan was also present at the talks.
   Present at the talks from the Korean side were President of the Presidium of the Korean Supreme People's Assembly Choi Yong Kun; First Vice-Premier of the Korean Cabinet Kim II; Vice-Premier of the Cabinet and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pak Sung Chul; First Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Huh Dam; and deputy director of a department of the Central Committee of the Korean Workers' Party Kim Yung Nam.
   Korean Ambassador to China Hyun Joon Keuk was also present.
   The talks proceeded in a cordial, sincere and friendly atmosphere.
   Premier Kim 11 Sung paid a return call on Premier Chou En-lai at the Guest House on the morning of April 6.
   Premier Chou En-lai and Premier Kim II Sung had a cordial and friendly talk during the return Call.


Grand Mass Welcome Rally


   The People's Committee of Pyongyang City held a grand mass rally at Mansoodai Assembly Hall April 7 morning to warmly welcome Comrade Chou En-lai, Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China.
   A huge portrait of Chairman Mao Tsetung, the leader of the Chinese people, and a huge portrait of Premier Kim II Sung, the leader of the Korean people, were put up at the centre of the rostrum. The portraits were flanked by the national flags of China and Korea.
   When Premier Chou En-lai, accompanied by Premier Kim II Sung, mounted the rostrum, all those present rose to their feet, warmly applauding and cheering.
   The rally was attended by President of the Presidium of the Korean Supreme People's Assembly Choi Yong Kun, Comrade Pak Sung Chul and Comrade Kang Ryang Wook.
 The rally was also attended by ministers of the Korean Cabinet, responsible members of various political parties and social organizations, and generals of the Korean People's Army.
Comrade Hyun Joon Keuk, Korean Ambassador to China, was also present.
Comrade Chi Peng-fei and others in Premier Chou En-lai's party were also invited to attend the rally.
Comrade Li Yun-chuan, Chinese Ambassador to Korea, and members of the Chinese Embassy, representatives of the Chinese People's Volunteers to the Korean Military Armistice Commission, and representatives of the Chinese engineering and technical personnel working in Korea were invited to the mass meeting'.
   Foreign diplomatic envoys to Korea were also present.
   The rally started amid the strains of the national anthems of China and Korea.
   Comrade Kang Heui Wun, Chairman of the People's Committee of Pyongyang City, delivered a welcoming speech at the rally.   (See p. 15.)
   Premier Chou En-lai also made a speech at the rally. (Sec p. 18.)
   The speeches of Chairman Kang Heui Wun and Premier Chou En-lai were time and again punctuated by prolonged and warm applause from the masses.
   Premier Chou En-lai and Chairman Kang Heui Wun exchanged silk banners at the rally. The banner presented by Premier Chou En-lai to the people of all sections of Pyongyang City is inscribed with: "Long live the militant friendship and unity cemented with blood between the Chinese and Korean peoples!" The banner presented to Premier Chou En-lai by Chairman Kang Heui Wun in the name of the mass rally of Pyongyang City in honour of Comrade Chou En-lai, Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, is inscribed with: "Long live the militant friendship and unity cemented with blood between the Korean people and the Chinese people!"
   The hall resounded with prolonged and warm applause when the banners were exchanged between the two sides.
   The rally proceeded in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
   The People's Committee of Pyongyang City put on a big song and dance performance to give Premier Chou En-lai a warm welcome the same morning. Premier Kim II Sung accompanied Premier Chou En-lai on the occasion.


Premier Chou En-lai Gives Banquet in Honour of Premier Kim II Sung


   Premier Chou En-lai gr.ve a banquet in honour of Premier Kim II Sung at the Chinese Embassy in Korea April 7 afternoon.
   Present at the banquet were President Choi Yong Kun and Comrades Kim II, Kim Kwang Hyup, Pak Sung Chul, Choi Hyun, Li Jong Ok, Kang Ryang Wook, and other high Korean officials.
   Also present were Comrade Chi Peng-fei and others accompanying Premier Chou En-lai on the visit.
   Premier Chou En-lai and Premier Kim II Sung delivered short speeches at the banquet.
   In his speech Premier Chou En-lai first of all expressed thanks to the Korean Workers' Party, the Korean Government and the Korean people for the magnificent and hospitable reception accorded him during the visit.
   Premier Chou said that at the present time when faced with the imperialism's scheme to expand the new aggression against China. Korea and the countries of Indo-China, the peoples of China and Korea need to unite and stand together more closely to cope jointly with the enemy.
   In his speech, Premier Chou expressed very great joy at the cordial and friendly talks between him and Premier Kim II Sung and at the tremendous success of these talks.
   Premier Kim II Sung pointed out in his speech that Premier Chou En-lai's visit will play a great role in promoting and strengthening the unity of the Korean and Chinese peoples. He expressed the wish that Premier Chou will, after his return to China, convey this to the Chinese people's leader Chairman Mao Tsetung and his close comrade-in-arms Vice-Chairman Lin Piao and all the Chinese people: hereafter, the Korean people will fight to the end shoulder to shoulder with the Chinese people in the struggle against imperialism!
   The banquet proceeded in a warm and friendly atmosphere from beginning to end.


Premier Chou En-lai Returns To Peking From Pyongyang


   Piemier Chou En-lai returned to Peking by special plane April 7 afternoon after concluding a friendship visit to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. He brought back with him the profound friendship of the Korean people for the Chinese people.
   Welcoming Premier Chou En-lai at the airport were: Comrades Chen Po-ta and Kang Sheng, Members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China;
   Members of the Political Bureau of the Party Central Committee (listed in the order of the number of strokes in their surnames) Comrades Chiang Ching, Li Hsien-nien, Li Tso-peng, Wu Fa-hsien, Chang Chun-chiao, Chiu Hui-tso, Yao Wen-yuan, Huang Yung-sheng; Alternate Members of the Political Bureau of the Party Central Committee Comrades Chi Teng-kuei, Li Teh-sheng and Wang Tung-hsing;
   Members of the Party Central Committee (listed in the order of the number of strokes in their surnames) Comrades Wang Hung-kun, Wang Hui-chiu, Wang Hsin-ting, Kuang Jen-nung, Li Chiang, Wu Teh, and Chang Chih-ming; and Alternate Member of the Party Central Committee Comrade Huang Chih-yung.
   Also at the airport were leading members of departments under the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, government departments, the Chinese People's Liberation Army, the Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee and the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries.
   The members in Premier Chou En-lai's party return rd to Peking by the same plane.
   Kim Jai Sook, Charge d'Affaires ad interim of the Korean Embassy in China, and other embassy members were present at the airport.
   When Premier Chou En-lai left Pyongyang April 7 afternoon for the return journey home after concluding his friendship visit to Korea, he was seen off at the airport by Premier Kim II Sung and President Choi Yong Kun, and Comrades Pak Sung Chul, Choi Hyun, Li Jong Ok and Kang Ryang Wook.
   Ministers of the Korean Cabinet, responsible members of various political parties and social organisations, and generals of the Korean People's Army were also at the airport to see the Chinese guests off.
   Comrade Hyun Joon Keuk, Korean Ambassador to China, was also present at the airport.
   Comrade Li Yun-chuan, Chinese Ambassador to Korea, and members of the Chinese Embassy, representatives of the Chinese People's Volunteers to the Korean Military Armistice Commission and representatives of the Chinese engineering and technical personnel working in Korea were also present at the airport.
   Foreign diplomatic envoys to Korea were also present.
   A grand send-off ceremony was held at the airport. The band struck up the Chinese and Korean national anthems and a 2l guns salvo was fired. Premier Chou En-lai, in the company of Premier Kim II Sung, reviewed a guard of honour of 1he three services. Premier Chou En-iai then shook hands with and bade farewell to the responsible members of various circles of Korea, foreign diplomatic envoys to Korea and members of the Chinese Embassy.
   Premier Kim II Sung and Premier Chou En-lai delivered speeches at the ceremony. {See pp. 23 and 21.) Their speeches were acclaimed by the masses repeatedly with warm applause and cheers.
   Premier Chou En-lai, in the company of Premier Kim II Sung, went round to greet ail present at the airport. Before boarding the plane, Premier Chou En-lai again shook hands with and bade farewell to Premier Kim II Sung and other Korean leaders who came to see him off.
   When the special plane carrying Premier Chou En-lai began to take off, the airport resounded with prolonged applause and cheers.

  
  
  

 
 
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